Dr. Cary Limberakis of Ambler named Pennsylvania Dental Association’s president

Dr. Cary J. Limberakis, a resident of Ambler and owner of Limberakis Family Dentistry in Abington Township, has been named the 2024-2025 president for the Pennsylvania Dental Association (PDA).

Dr. Limberakis has maintained a private general practice in the Abington/Jenkintown area for the last 41 years.

He has previously served as the president of PDA’s Second District (encompassing Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lehigh, Montgomery and Northampton counties), and as president of Montgomery Bucks Dental Society.

At the national level, he served on the American Dental Association’s Council on Dental Practice and is a Senior Associate Surgeon/Clinical Instructor in the Dental Division at the Abington-Jefferson Hospital General Practice Residency.

“As the servant leader of the PDA, my mission is to help every dentist in the Commonwealth succeed, in whatever way that is measured, and to advocate for and improve the oral health of the public to the best of my ability,” Dr. Limberakis said.

After receiving his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a Master’s from Villanova University, he earned his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Penn’s School of Dental Medicine in 1978.

Dr. Limberakis has also volunteered for Give Kids A Smile, Give Vets A Smile, and for the last 12 years has been the Restorative Lead for MOM-n- PA Dental Missions.

For more on Limberakis Family Dentistry, located at 1021 Old York Road #101, you can visit their website.