Daniel A. Shalkey, DDS graduated from SUNY Albany in 1975 and University of Buffalo Dental School in 1979. Completing a one year General Practice Residency in San Antonio TX in 1980, he entered the USAF Dental Corps in 1980 and served for the next 15 years in seven different active duty tours. In 1982 Dr. Shalkey was very lucky to marry his wife Marie.
During active duty he was fortunate to complete two additional years of formal post graduate training in all phases of dentistry and was awarded board certification by the Federal Services Board of General Dentistry in 1993. After retirement from the USAF Dental Corps in 1995 Dr. Shalkey moved to York, Pennsylvania with his family of six and started his general dental practice in 1996.
Three years of formal postgraduate dental education is the reason Dr. Shalkey can do such a wide range of dental procedures.
Daniel A. Shalkey
I have worked for Dr. Shalkey since he started his practice in February 1996. I started as his dental assistant and am now currently his office manager/receptionist. He has provided a pleasant work environment and staff work as a team to ensure our patients get the best experience we can provide. We are often presented with challenges but with Dr. Shalkey’s experience most challenges can be overcome. I can truly say that I am still impressed as much today as I was 18 years ago by his skill and attention to detail. Working for Dr. Shalkey has caused me to push myself positively and I am all the better for it, and I hope that I can continue to contribute to the success here.
My name is Marsha and I am a native of York, Pennsylvania, living in the Shiloh area for the past 42 years. I have enjoyed working for Dr. Shalkey for the past 17 years. I love that our office is professional, friendly and family oriented. We strive to put the patient first and I work very hard at making all appointments for our patients as comfortable as possible. Working in this type of environment makes each day enjoyable.
I grew up in Mexico and came to the United States as an adult. I really enjoy working in the dental office as an assistant. It is a great opportunity to practice my English, and sometimes I can help to speak with a patient who only speaks Spanish.
I love being a part of the dental team. I am responsible for paying the bills of the practice. I also help out as a dental assistant as needed during office hours. We know many dental emergencies happen outside of office hours, so my husband and I can come in to see patients as needed and when needed to help with their dental emergency.
Dental Hygiene has been my passion for more than 25 years. I have experience in a children’s dental office as well as a general dental office. I especially enjoy working with our new patients who have not been to the dentist recently. Dr. Shalkey’s patient’s teeth look beautiful. I have seen fabulous restorations since I have been working at Dr. Shalkey's office. He is most certainly a dentist who takes pride in every restoration. I am impressed with his use of a microscope to perform successful root canals, crown preparations, and fillings. Since I have been working at his office I have seen exceptional implants and extraordinary composite (white) fillings on front teeth and back teeth. Finally I have been pleased with the common sense cost effective treatment plans by Dr. Shalkey that have made it so easy for his patients to have healthy and beautiful smiles.
For the past five years Marie and I have been traveling to a mountain village in the central mountains of the Dominican Republic. We have been part of a larger Catholic mission from the Diocese of Orlando Mission office. We have gone once a year for a week to do restorative dentistry on a population of elementary and middle school children. For each trip we paid our air fare, a fee to the mission office for our room and board, and provided all the instruments and supplies needed for the mission.
The Dominican Republic is a nation on the island of Hispaniola, part of the Greater Antilles archipelago in the Caribbean region. The western three-eighths of the island is occupied by the nation of Haiti, making Hispaniola one of two Caribbean islands, along with Saint Martin, that are shared by two countries.
Both by area and population, the Dominican Republic is the second largest Caribbean nation (after Cuba), with 48,445 square kilometres (18,705 sq mi) and an estimated 10 million people, one million of which live in the capital city, Santo Domingo.