Dr. William Pollack, D.M.D. graduate of the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, and holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Rochester
Dr. Pollack has been practicing in Worcester since 1974, and has had the privilege to serve patients in the community for over 40 years. He is a graduate of the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, and holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Rochester. After graduating from dental school, he served as general dentist in the Air Force Dental Corp. While in the service, he completed preceptorships in several dental specialties and studied under Dr. David Bales, then chief of restorative dentistry for the Air Force.
Dr. Pollack enjoys teaching, and volunteered as a member of the attending faculty at the Memorial Hospital Dental Residency Program for nine years. He has also served as chairman of several programs at the Yankee Dental Congress, and is a past president of the Central New England Dental Implant Club.
Dr. Pollack is a long standing member of the Massachusetts Dental Society, American Dental Society and is an Emeritus member of the Academy of General Dentistry. He has belonged to the Central New England Dental Research Group for over thirty years, and belongs to the ITI and Spears study clubs.
Dr. Pollack lives in Westborough with his wife Joanne. They have two daughters, Michelle and Jess and two granddaughters, Evvy and River. They enjoy summer in the Berkshires and especially California, home to Evvy and River.