Dr. Samuel Domsky graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1978 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. He then attended the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Dental Medicine where he earned his Doctorate in Dental Medicine (DMD) in 1982. To enhance his training, Dr. Domsky completed a general practice residency program at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Philadelphia. This provided him with state-of-the-art training in medicine, surgery and cosmetic dentistry.
Dr. Domsky has served as a clinical instructor and has been practicing dentistry for over 35 years; 30 of those years he has been providing quality dental care in his Bensalem practice. He derives great joy from caring for multi-generational families, and he loves treating the children of his patients as they grow up and bring their own families.
In addition to working full-time in his practice, Dr. Domsky served as the Bensalem School District dentist for many years. He currently works with Smile Pa Mobile Dentists where he provides school dentistry for underprivileged students throughout the state of Pennsylvania. Dr. Domsky has also been a volunteer with Healthlink Dental Center for the working poor.
Dr. Domsky has been married for 30 years to Jodi, who serves as an Associate Dean at Haverford College. He has two daughters. His oldest daughter, Jessica, graduated from college in 2011, taught English in Thailand for one year, and currently, works as a guidance counselor in Philadelphia. His youngest daughter, Marissa, is a Pediatric Nurse in New York.
Throughout his education and beyond, Dr. Domsky has been involved in comedy writing and performing. At the University of Pennsylvania, he was active with the Mask and Wig Performing Arts Club; afterward, he performed throughout Philadelphia in a two-person comedy group with his Abington High School friend, Bob Saget. He has been a long time member of the Mixed Nuts Comedy Group where he has written for and performed in custom fit comedy shows with an emphasis on the healthcare industry.