Dr. Domenic Belcastro
Dr. Domenic Belcastro completed an undergraduate specialist degree in Biochemistry from the University of Toronto in 1982 and went on to earn his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree in 1986. From there he developed a vast portfolio of training from some of North America’s most advanced learning centres including the Pankey Institute in south Florida, the Seattle Institute in Washington and the Misch Institute in Ann Arbor Michigan.
In 2006, his studies took him to Lille France. There he completed two 2-year post-graduate degrees (MSc) in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Implant Surgery at Lille University Medical School (2) in Lille France, studying Advanced Concepts in Implantology and Bone Reconstructive Surgery. He has authored several scientific articles on advanced aesthetics and implant dentistry including a 300-page thesis on Prosthetic Rehabilitation of Severely Atrophic Posterior Mandible.
From 2012 to 2014, he was a part-time clinical instructor at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry, Department of Restorative Dentistry, and the past scientific and clinical director of both the Mini-Residency Program in Aesthetics and the Applied Occlusion For the General Dentist as part of the Faculty of Dentistry Continuing Education (CE) Program. He is the founder of the Advanced Occlusion and Aesthetics CE program in Toronto, a private program for general dentists.
Previously, he served on the committee of the RCDSO PLP program.
Dr. Belcastro has lectured in Canada, the US, UK, and India and is a member in good standing with numerous academies and associations.
He is married to his wife Anya of 32 years and they have four adult children, Alexandra, Mackenzie, Mathew, and Olivia. He maintains a private practice in mid-town Toronto, Canada.