MEET THE DENTISTS
Dr. Grasso grew up in South Orange, New Jersey where he graduated Magna Cum Laude from Seton Hall University. He received his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Rutgers University School of Dental Medicine in 2008 and completed a general practice residency at the East Orange Veterans Hospital in 2009. It was during his residency that Dr. Grasso gained a wealth of experience with implant dentistry, oral surgery, periodontics and emergency care. After completing his residency Dr. Grasso moved to Central New Jersey where he practices general dentistry. He attends dental conferences regularly to stay current on new technology and the latest dental techniques and trends. Dr. Grasso is a member of the ADA, New Jersey Dental Association and the Ocean County Dental Association.
Dr. Grasso met his wife, Dr. Corapi, in dental school. They have three children and live locally. Dr. Grasso enjoys restoring classic Italian cars, doing DIY projects at home and spending time with his family. He is thrilled to offer dental services in his community and hopes to continue for many years to come.
DR. STEFANO GRASSO, DMD
Dr. Corapi grew up in Long Island, New York and graduated from SUNY Binghamton. She received her Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Rutgers University School of Dental Medicine in 2008 and completed a general practice residency at SUNY Stony Brook in 2009. It was during her residency that Dr. Corapi gained a great deal of experience with restoring dental implants, emergency care, as well as care for children and nervous patients. She loves to treat dental phobic patients, and makes it her mission to make her nervous patients comfortable and even look forward to their visits. Dr. Corapi has also completed many orthodontic courses and enjoys improving smiles with clear aligner therapy. She moved to the area after marrying Dr. Grasso, and they have practiced together at Splendid Smiles for several years. She looks forward to providing dental care in the area for a long time.
Dr. Corapi loves horses and enjoys riding her horse, a rescued Standardbred named Houdini. She also plays violin, classical guitar, and loves to spend time with Dr. Grasso and their two daughters and son.