The reason people keep coming to John Neumann, D.D.S. is because there is a great satisfaction in going to a dentist that you know and trust. He has been practicing for over 30 years. His care and concern for patients has brightened thousands of smiles.
Highly committed to mastery in the latest dental techniques and innovations, Dr. Neumann has continued to pursue the education he began many years ago at the University of Virginia. He went on to extend his education, receiving his doctorate from the Medical College of Virginia School of Dentistry in Richmond, Virginia. In his class of 110 students, he was one of two who graduated early.
He is board certified and an active member of the American Dental Association, the Virginia Dental Association and the Shenandoah Valley Dental Association. He has completed dental courses involving full mouth restorations both at The Pankey Institute and The Dawson Academy, which are two highly regarded institutions of continuing dental education. Dr. Neumann has been surgically placing implants for over 30 years. He has far exceeded his continuing education requirements in order to offer the latest procedures to his patients. An example being the completion of a course in “Pinhole Surgery”. This periodontal technique allows adding gum to the sides of the teeth. This eliminates recession areas that cause sensitivity and cosmetic problems.
Due to his extensive experience with both implants and crown and bridge, he has been able to solve some very difficult restorative procedures. Having a vast knowledge of rebuilding someone’s dental needs is required for proper results. It is a matter of knowing what works and what does not, through experience.
He has been placing implants longer than anyone in the Winchester area. The intense training, in which he participated, in the early 1980’s has been able to advance him through many difficult implant procedures in the process of rebuilding patient’s natural smile. Not only a proper smile is important in implants, but they have to be strong enough to function and still be supported by proper bone. Not many dentists can say that they have implants still functioning after 30 years of use.
Dr. Neumann graduated from James Wood High School before going to the University of Virginia. His wife, Jenny, grew up in Winchester and graduated from John Handley High School, as has their two daughters, Nicole and Ashley. John is very active in the community with his volunteer work and support of local charities. He is a past president of the Winchester Host Lions Club, past president of the Winchester Frederick County Dental Society and has been involved with the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival ever since he returned to Winchester after graduating from dental school.
Outside of the office he enjoys practicing his culinary talents, traveling and spending time with his family and his two golden retrievers, Shadow and Montana.
One of Dr. Neumann’s most satisfying accomplishments has been being the recipient of innumerable thank you letters, cards and emails from extremely satisfied patients after their work has been completed. Every thank you that he receives reinforces his desire to keep learning and working. Dr.Neumann looks forward to helping you with your dental needs.