Campi Dental Celebrates Milestone Anniversary With New Dental Technologies and Philanthropic Initiatives
Campi Dental is proud to announce the ninetieth anniversary of their family-owned, fourth-generation dental practice in Wall Township, NJ led by third-generation partners John G. Campi III, DMD (Dr. Jack Campi), and Joseph G. Campi, DMD (Dr. Joe Campi). Campi Dental provides state-of-the-art family and cosmetic dentistry, including oral surgery and orthodontics, in a friendly and caring atmosphere and has been serving the members of Monmouth and Ocean Counties since 1933.
Over the past ninety years, Campi Dental has built a practice worthy of praise and recognition, and a detailed timeline documenting their near century in business can be viewed on their website @campidental.com/about-us/90-years-of-campi-dental. While continuing to provide the highest level of care to their patients, they have also managed to grow their philanthropic efforts within the community through their initiative, Campi Cares. Campi Cares was born out of the long-standing tradition of giving back to the community. The founder of Campi Dental, John G. Campi, DDS, started the Boys and Girls Club of Asbury Park in 1933. Yet, this was just the beginning of their practice’s charitable efforts that have continued for decades and are successful due to the participation of the entire Campi Dental team.
On advancing the Campi Cares initiative, co-owner Dr. Joe Campi states, “Our practice is not only committed to delivering quality dental care but is passionate about supporting the communities in which we practice, and our patients live. This passion for giving back is demonstrated in our actions and how we serve our families, communities, and environment. Campi Cares will continue to grow as we strive to create lifelong value and a positive social impact.”
Campi Dental’s anniversary will be celebrated throughout the entire year of 2023 starting with the launch of a commemorative logo and extensive schedule of company announcements, including a new patient portal that will improve a patient’s experience. They will also integrate new, highly-advanced AI dental technology Pearl Second Opinion. This first, real-time dental AI platform acts as a second set of eyes for dentists to detect a broad range of common dental conditions such as cavities, calculus, and root abscesses in patient x-rays. From a philanthropic perspective, the Campi team is committed to a minimum of ninety hours of community service, participation in a local home-building project with Coastal Habitat for Humanity, and new scholarship opportunities, with more details coming in 2023.
As Campi Dental celebrates this milestone anniversary, they would like to pay tribute to their patients for their loyalty and trust over the past ninety years. Co-owner Dr. Jack Campi reflects on this achievement by stating, “Throughout the years, we have seen countless patients, and have helped them achieve beautiful, healthy smiles. We have also been dedicated to safety measures, staying up-to-date on the latest dental technologies and techniques, and ensuring that our patients receive the most advanced and effective dental care possible. We are incredibly grateful to our patients for entrusting us with their dental care, and we look forward to serving the community of Wall Township and beyond for many more years to come.
Thank you for supporting our practice, and here’s to another ninety years of providing top-quality dental care!”
About Campi Dental
Since being founded in 1933 by Dr. John G. Campi, Campi Dental has delivered comprehensive dental care through modern techniques, cutting-edge technology, and treating patients like family. For generations, the practice has always placed people first and provides quality care in a safe, convenient, and compassionate environment. Visit CampiDental.com for more information.
About Campi Cares
Campi Cares, the practice’s philanthropic arm, leads annual initiatives that include, but are not limited to, the education of local youth during Children’s Dental Health Awareness Month in February, oral cancer screenings, a backpack + school supply drive in August, the Halloween Candy Buy-Back Program supporting veterans in November, and Operation Sleigh Bells in December providing gifts and essentials to local children.