Dr.Kevin D. Marshall
Dr. Kevin D. Marshall is a graduate of Rutgers University and received his Doctor of Dental Medicine from Fairleigh Dickinson University School of Dentistry in 1981. He completed a post graduate General Practice Residency at East Orange V.A. Medical Center.
After practicing in Wayne for 25 years, Dr. Marshall moved to his present location at 9 Post Road, Oakland, NJ in 2011. He has been very happy to welcome his former patients, as well as, all the new families from Oakland and surrounding towns that have come for treatment.
Dr. Marshall is a member of the American Dental Association, the New Jersey Dental Association, the Passaic County Dental Association, the Academy of General Dentistry, the New Jersey Academy of General Dentistry, the Academy of Comprehensive Dental Studies, and the Dental Lifeline Network.
Dr. Marshall loves being a general practitioner and family dentist! He takes great pride and immense pleasure in now treating three generations of families. His original patients, their children and spouses, and now their grandchildren entrust him with their dental care. He and his staff take pride in these long term family relationships. He enjoys treating all ages of patients- from a child’s first visit to elder care. He finds it very satisfying to make both age groups feel so comfortable and relaxed, that they actually look forward to their dental visits. Dr. Marshall’s interests out of the office include skiing, hiking and bicycling. He also enjoys gardening and photography. Many of his photographs have been displayed in the office. Dr. Marshall and his wife Sophie live in Crystal Springs in Hardyston, NJ.
Stephen is a Reconstructive Urologist and is practicing in Laconia, NH. He is married to Kristen, who is also a General Dentist! They are now the proud parents of Dr. and Mrs. Marshall’s first grandchildren. Alec is a Cost Engineer employed by Turner Construction in Albany, NY. He has worked on several projects in New York and Massachusetts including the renovation of the Clark Fine Arts Museum in Williamstown, Mass.