Dr. George Orfaly
Dr. Orfaly received his Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry degree from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in 1999. While at Tufts, Dr. Orfaly received the Tufts Merit Scholarship for academic excellence. Upon receiving his degree, he successfully completed a general practice residency at the Veteran's Affairs Hospital in Washington, D.C. Dr. Orfaly has been an active member of the American Dental Society, Massachusetts Dental Society, and the North Shore District Dental Society. He has served as the membership liaison for the North Shore as well as the coordinator of a mobile dental van that provided dental treatment to underserved areas on the North Shore. In 2009, he was selected as a "Top 10 Under 10" dentist in Massachusetts. This is an honor bestowed upon him by his peers as an active and successful dentist practicing dentistry for 10 or fewer years.
Dr. Orfaly received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Clark University where he was the recipient of the Robert Goddard Merit Scholarship. He graduated with Latin honors in 1995. While at Clark, he met his wife Sharon.
The Orfalys live in Marblehead with their three children. If not at the office, you will likely find Dr. Orfaly at a local baseball field or basketball court coaching his children's teams. He is on the Board of Directors of Marblehead Youth Baseball in which he has served as President. The Orfalys are very active in several philanthropic organizations in the community.
Dr. John Fisher
Dr. John Fisher is a graduate of Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry. Upon graduation, he received an appointment as a clinical instructor in the Fixed and Removable Prosthesis department at the dental school where he taught until he entered the United States Army. Upon completing his military service, he moved on to teach fixed prosthetics at Boston University School of Dentistry and at the same time was beginning his dental practice in Salem, where he has practiced for 43 years.
Dr. Fisher has been active in the community having served as President and Board member of the Salem YMCA for 25 years. He is a member and past President of the Salem Rotary Club. Dr. Fisher is a Board member of Catholic Charities North and an advisory member of the Oral Health Committee of the Massachusetts Medical Society. He has served as Trustee and President of the Massachusetts Dental Society and currently chairs the Better Oral Health for Massachusetts Coalition. He lectures on community water fluoridation throughout the Commonwealth and is the State Representative for Oral Health 2020.
Additionally, he sits on the advisory board for Forsythe School of Dental Hygiene. He is a boating enthusiast and past Commodore of the Corinthian Yacht Club. He continues to enjoy skiing, tennis, and golf.