A Rutland, VT dentist, Blane J. Nasveschuk, DMD, and office team share a passion to improve the lives of those they care for through the practice of dentistry.
Blane J. Nasveschuk was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey. He graduated East Brunswick High School in ’71, a NJ State Champion gymnast, then attended Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as a “four for four” scholar athlete. He qualified for NCAA National Tournaments, trained in Japan, competed internationally, was Co-Captain of the Owl’s Gymnastic Team his senior year and graduated in 1975 with a BA Geology.
Blane and Cindi Giovanni married, soon after college and the couple moved to west Philly, where Blane attended The University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, receiving his dental degree in 1979. Through 1980, Dr. Nasveschuk did a General Practice Residency at Long Island Jewish- Hillside Medical Center (Now Northshore LIJ Hospital) located in New Hyde Park, NY. He entered “general dental practice”, first in Charlotte, NC and then moved to Rutland, VT in April 1981.
Dr. Nasveschuk began integration into the Rutland community with Dental Associates of Rutland, and Affiliates in Dental Care. In October 1988, he started Implant and General Dentistry of Vermont, expanding the scope of his general dental practice to include dental implant placement and restoration.
Besides professional contributions to the Vermont State Dental Society through its Council on Dental Education and the Rutland County Dental Society, Dr. Nasveschuk has been a 20 year Rotarian and past Rutland County United Way Campaign Chair and President. Although a volunteer for numerous activities and events involving his wife and sons, Chris, Pete and Matt, Dr. Nasveschuk is most delighted with his “catalytic” role that led to the building of the Rutland Regional Field House, now Castleton State College’s Spartan Arena, at the Diamond Run Mall.
Dr. Nasveschuk models a healthy life style for his family, friends and patients. He truly enjoys the benefits of the intense physical exercise of his youth, whether running the New York City Marathon, cycling through the Green and White Mountains, Telemark skiing at Killington and Pico or just working out at the gym!
“Our facility, dedicated team and our leadership for the best we can offer, are our gifts to our community and its citizens. Our personal commitment to live a clean and balanced life gives us clarity with our patients, to better serve their priorities for comfort, beauty, functionality and health.”