Dr. Cordero is proud to return home to South Jersey to serve his community at Dental Arts Group Voorhees. Dr. Cordero earned his B.S. at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania majoring in neuroscience with a minor in spanish literature. He went on to earn his doctorate of dental medicine at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Dr. Cordero then completed advanced training at the Veterans Administration of Philadelphia to hone his surgical skills and develop expertise in implant restoration. Dr. Cordero is proud to continue to serve as part of the dental clinical team at the Veterans Administration providing clinical services to veterans and training dental students and residents.
The Academy of General Dentistry selected Dr. Cordero to be one of four ambassadors for a national leadership conference, helping him hone his communication skills to better educate his patients on their oral health. Learning and remaining up-to-date with the newest techniques and technology has been a important aspect of dentistry for Dr. Cordero. He is inspired to continue his lifelong learning through continuing education and is continually seeking ways to better serve his patients and to provide high-quality dentistry in a low-stress environment.
You could say that Dr. Cordero’s passion for dentistry is in his blood; he comes from a long line of dentists and dental professionals in his family. He was able to witness firsthand the possibility that dentistry has to empower patients to take charge of their oral health and build lifelong relationships with patients and communities. These formative experiences witnessing his dental family treat patients has inspired Dr. Cordero to treat his own patients like family.
When he’s not in the office, you can find Dr. Cordero surfing at the shore, hiking or spending time with his lovely wife Sarah.