Michael S. Winick, D.D.S.
Meet Dr. Winick
Dr. Winick is passionate about his faith, his family, his profession, and his patients. A native of Canton, he met his wife Cindy in High School. He received his Doctor of Dental Surgery from The Ohio State University and is an avid Buckeye fan – OH – ! After several wonderful years in general dentistry, Dr. Winick was privileged to be accepted into the Endodontics Residency program at the Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. He was Chief Resident during his second year and was afforded the opportunity to study under some of the greatest minds in endodontics. He strives to live up to their high standards.
Dr. Winick is a Past President of the Stark County Dental Society. He is a Fellow in the American College of Dentists, an honor awarded to only about 3.5% of all dentists in the Unted States, and a Fellow in the International College of Dentists. As a mentor and a teacher, he is on staff at Cleveland Clinic Mercy Hospital where he is a clinical instructor and advisor for the Dental Residency Program. Dr. Winick truly enjoys the time he spends with the dental residents and is proud to be a part of the Residency Program! Because he sees his vocation as a calling, he is an active member of several professional organizations including the ADA, AAE, ODA, and CDEF. Dr. Mike is also committed to lifelong learning, and he consistently exceeds annual continuing education requirements by attending conferences, taking courses, and actively participating in study club sessions.
Dr. Mike cares about his community. He supports many local nonprofits with his time, talent and treasure. He loves music and art, but he also enjoys technology and is an early adopter when it comes to new devices! He is active in his church, studies nutrition as a hobby, and don’t be surprised if you see some of his photography hanging in the office! What Dr. Winick loves most, other than root canals, is spending time with his family, playing with his dog, traveling with his friends, and riding his motorcycle.