Meet the Doctors
Dr. Wendy Magda
Even as a little girl, Dr. Wendy Magda knew she wanted to be a dentist. She began her career as a dental assistant and then a hygienist before moving on to Temple University School of Dentistry in Philadelphia. She graduated magna cum laude in 2004 and was awarded membership into the National Dental Honor Society, Omicron Kappa Upsilon (OKU) fraternity.
After graduation, Dr. Magda began working alongside another dentist. Comfortable in her work environment, she never had any intention of opening her own dental practice. However, an opportunity came along that she couldn’t pass up and in 2006, she launched her practice. Since then, she’s been committed to helping patients beautify their smiles, maintain their dental health and improve their appearance, giving them the confidence they deserve.
She says she is particularly proud of the strong family environment she and her staff have created.
“It is so important that we are all on the same wavelength. Our goal is to be kind, compassionate, thorough, nurturing, friendly, and listen to our patients.”
Dr. Tanya Cheeseman-Fanning
Entering the dental field has always been a dream for Dr. Tanya Cheeseman-Fanning. It was around 8 years old that she put everything together, her love for helping and caring for people and her fascination of teeth- and realized that a dentist was something she could and wanted to be.
Dr. Tanya attended King’s College for her undergraduate career. There, she received a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in mathematics and graduated Summa cum laude with honors program completion award. She continued her post-graduate education at University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine where she received her Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry. After graduation, Dr. Tanya began working in a pediatric office caring for adolescents and young adults before returning to general practice. She is a member of American Dental Association, Pennsylvania Dental Association, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, and Academy of General Dentistry.
“My approach to dentistry is very conservative and gentle. Just like anything else in our body, our teeth are the only natural set that we get, and I like to preserve that. Having a healthy mouth is the first step when you think about it, to having a healthy body and life. My goal is to achieve that using a gentle approach. I’ve seen and had so many patients that hate the dentist and have had bad previous experiences. I make it a priority to alleviate that stress and anxiety so the patient does have a great experience, they do want to come back, and most of all they want to have a healthy mouth and body.”
Dr. Michael Kudryk
Dr. Michael Kudryk completed his undergraduate studies at Syracuse University before attending the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, earning his Doctorate of Dental Medicine. His post-graduate General Practice Residency was completed at Kings County Hospital. Since beginning his career, he has continued his education in various aspects of patient care including implant dentistry, aesthetic dentistry, and restorative dentistry.
Dr. Kudryk grew up in Freehold, NJ. When he’s not working, you can either find him on the golf course, skiing, playing ice hockey, or running. To date, he has completed five New York City marathons.
"I believe it is essential to keep up with the great changes in dentistry. By doing so, I am able to treat my patients with the latest technology advances that dentistry has to offer."