Meet the Doctors

Andrew Rozanski, D.M.D.

I am a second-generation dentist that has lived my entire life, excluding school, in central New York. I love this area that I call home and could not think of living anywhere else. I graduated from Notre Dame High School. I then attended SUNY Geneseo with a BS in Biology with a pre-dental concentration. I then attained my Doctor on Medical Dentistry degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. After graduation I completed a 1 year General Practice Residency at Faxton St. Luke's Healthcare, and continue helping future dentist by volunteering as an attending at the residency program to this day.

I am a member of the American Dental Association, New York States Dental Association, Fifth District Dental Society and the Oneida Herkimer County Dental Society. These organization help me to stay on the cutting edge of dental information that helps to provide the most up to date care for all of my patients.

I have a wonderful wife, Becky, and three lovely children, Elaina, Noelle and Aaron. Outside of dentistry my family is my everything. We enjoy traveling, going camping and boating during the summer, playing in the outdoors, and taking care of our dogs at home. I am truly blessed to have such wonderful people in my life so I can enjoy and make to most of every day. I truly love my family and I love dentistry and can not imagine doing anything different!

Patrick Cardinale, D.M.D.

Dr. Cardinale graduated from Hamilton College and the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine after which he did a general practice residency at Upstate Medical University Hospital in Syracuse. After completing his residency he returned to Utica to open a dental practice over 35 yrs ago.

He currently teaches courses in operative dentistry, treatment planning, local anesthesia and crown and bridge in the preclinical department at LECOM School of Dental Medicine in Bradenton, Fl. from November to May. He has been recognized as preclinical instructor of the year for the past four years and returns to New Hartford in May to resume the practice of general dentistry.

He has been a member of the New Hartford Police Commission since 2004 and currently serves as chairman. He has officiated high school and semi pro football for 41 years and currently serves as assigner for the Mohawk Valley Chapter of Certified Football Officials. His interests in addition to officiating football are golf, pickleball, and reading. He has three daughters and four grandchildren and resides in New Hartford with his wife Patricia.