Matthew Spero, DDS
Dr. Matthew Spero is the nephew of Dr. Kenny Frangadakis. Matthew grew up in Kansas City, Kansas. He graduated high school in the top 1% of his class and then went on to attend the University of California at San Diego. Graduating with Provost Honors, he pursued an education in Biochemistry with an emphasis in Chemistry while becoming a National Champion for the club soccer team. He is a graduate of UOP Dental School and went on to complete an Advanced Education in General Dentistry residency program. Matthew received advanced training in treating medically complex and special needs patients at CPMC and Highland Hospital. He also received training in prosthodontics, crowns and veneers, Invisalign, digital impression dentistry, restoring single and multiple implants, All-On-4 concept, implant supported locator attachments for dentures, removable partial dentures and complete dentures. Dr. Matthew is a member of the American Dental Association, the California Dental Association and the Santa Clara County Dental Society. He has proudly volunteered his time fabricating dentures for those in need at California Dental Association’s Solano and Modesto events as well as East Bay Veteran Stand Down in Pleasanton, California. Matthew participated as a volunteer dentist for Special Olympic events in Union City and Davis, California. He was selected to serve as a volunteer dentist through the 1000 smiles project in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. Dr. Matthew is committed to his patient’s health and success through a comprehensive treatment approach. He is a general dentist who works alongside specialists in order to deliver quality care. In his spare time Matthew enjoys soccer, spearfishing, scuba diving, filming, travel and being with his family.
“Here at Cupertino Dental Group, I am honored to be able to work alongside family members and graduates of the University of Pacific. My goal is to deliver comprehensive care to patients by providing minimally invasive dentistry. It is important to me that patients understand the risks, benefits and alternatives to treatment. I am an educator who believes in preventive dentistry in order to maintain a healthy, beautiful smile.”