Paul R. Farrell, DMD
Dr. Paul R. Farrell is in Private Practice in Reading Pennsylvania with The Reading Oral Surgery Group Ltd. His practice also maintains a satellite office in Kutztown, Pennsylvania. He is a 1975 graduate of Brown University where he majored in comparative anatomy and histology. He attended The University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine and graduated with his D.M.D. Degree in 1979. After a year in General Practice Residency at The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania he was accepted in the Oral Surgery Residency Program at The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania where he completed his certification in June of 1983.
Dr. Farrell joined a private practice in Boston and Wellesley Massachusetts. His hospital privileges included The New England Deaconess, New England Baptist, Brigham and Womenís and the Newton Wellesley Hospitals. He was also on staff at the Bedford Massachusetts Veteranís Administration Hospital with a brief faculty affiliation with the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. He joined Reading Oral Surgery in November of 1984 and completed his certification with the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in March of 1986.
Dr. Farrell enjoys membership in numerous professional organizations. He has served on the executive committee of the Berks County Dental Society. He has served as both a Delegate to the P.D.A and on the P.D.A. State Council on Insurance in the past. He is a member of the A.A.O.M.S. as well as the Pennsylvania and Delaware Valley affiliate associations. He is also a member of Academy of Osseointegration and its local affiliate, the Delaware Valley Academy of Osseointegration, and The European Association of Osseointegration. He is a member of The International Team for Oral Implantology, The ITI, and is eligible for fellowship status. He recently was invited to join the Thommen Medical Circle of Science advisory group as an Opinion Leader, and is currently participating in two studies that are being sponsored by Thommen Medical.
He has presented on multiple occasions to the Oral Surgery Club at the Temple University School of Dentistry and to the residents at the Hahnemann Hospital – Drexel Medical School Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He also presented a full-day program for the 2008 Fall Dental Implant Meeting for the Conn. Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons; ìPrinciples, Products, and Perspective: Considerations for an Evidence-Based Implant Practice.
Although he practices the full scope of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Dr. Farrell has a special interest in dental implants as well as the associated grafting, imaging, and reconstructive technologies that are being developed in conjunction with current implant technologies.