Dr. Pascal Wollach was born and raised in Calgary, Canada. In 2011, he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from Auburn University. While there, he became an NCAA champion in swimming, as well as represented Canada in international competitions, such as the World Aquatic Championships, the Pan American Games, and the Pan Pacific Championships.
Following his athletic career, Dr. Wollach decided to hang up the Speedo and pursue a career in dentistry. In 2016, he graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine where he was awarded his Doctorate of Medical Dentistry. He applies the same values and principles from swimming to his dental work, as he appreciates the preparation and precision needed to be a great dentist. He always seeks the highest levels of training and accreditation and pursues ongoing education to stay ahead of the latest procedures in dental treatment. His ongoing efforts are propelled by his passion for his work and his strong emphasis on patient satisfaction and care.
Dr. Luke Camagna's time with Dental Health Care Associates began at a young age; he joined the company as a dental assistant just after graduating high school. He continued to work as a chair side assistant throughout all of college and dental school. After graduating from Garnet Valley High School he attended Temple University where he played hockey at the collegiate level and received his Bachelor's degree in Biology in just 3 years. Luke then attended Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry where he earned his dental degree. While in the clinics at Temple he was a member of the Temple Honors Oral Surgery program, specializing in third molar extractions and advanced oral surgery techniques. He received top honors in his class for completing the most operative dentistry and most extractions.
Dr. Luke is a member of the Pennsylvania Dental Association and International Dental Implant Association. He has completed over 150 hours of continuing education focused mainly on implant placement and bone grafting techniques. His extensive training has earned him Fellowship status in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.
In his free time, he enjoys going to the gym, playing ice hockey, and mentoring others. Luke also speaks to students at his local high school career days.
I grew up in Concordville. I attended St. Thomas the Apostle for grade school, then completed 1 year at Archmere Academy and transferred to Garnet Valley High School. There I played Football, Baseball, and Boxing. Throughout high school, I worked in construction building/renovating homes and businesses with my family.
Upon graduating from Garnet Valley in 1990, I attended West Chester University where I fulfilled my requirements in three years. I went to Temple University Dental School, graduated and joined the practice with my father, Dr. Chris Panarello in 1997. It was a tremendous honor and a whole lot of fun to work with him for eight years. Even today our practice still has the welcoming, down to earth, fun atmosphere that Dr. Chris created. That environment still carries over today.
I am blessed with a awesome family, my wife, Jama, and our two children, Roman and Wyatt. My three passions in life are my family, dentistry, and being an assistant coach of the Garnet Valley Football Team.
I have enjoyed how the practice has evolved into the First “Green” Dental Building in the US. My partner(Dr. Jordan Grant) and I dedicated the building to Dr. Chris Panarello on the 50th anniversary of the practice.
I enjoy talking about construction, remodeling, green building and of course the football team. My hobbies are mentoring others, fishing, old and new cars, golfing with Dad and friends, and making memories with my wife and kids.
Dr. Grant is a three year graduate of Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York where he lettered all three years at the division one level in the sport of hockey. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree as a presidential scholar. He went on to complete his dental degree at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in Philadelphia (Penn).
Dr. Grant has complete over 1100 hours of continuing dental education and is a Diplomate in the ICOl (International Congress of Oral Implantologists), and a Diplomate in the American Dental Implant Association. He routinely performs comprehensive care while the patients are comfortable with IV or oral sedation.
He is a member of the Academy of General Dentistry and American Dental Association. Dr. Grant makes his home in Delaware county with his wife Jennifer and their three children McKenzie, Sophie and Nash.
He spends as much time as possible with his family and loves traveling, snow boarding, golf and hockey.