The dental teams at Penn Premier Dental and Plymouth Meeting Family Dental maintain and beautify grins from their locations in Exton and Plymouth Meeting, respectively. Together, their offices treat southeastern Pennsylvania residents with a full range of dental services, from general and family dentistry to restorative and cosmetic treatments.
At Penn Premier Dental, Dr. Faith Madden devotes herself to patient comfort and compassion. She understands the anxieties often associated with visiting the dentist and works to assuage those fears by keeping herself up-to-date on the latest minimally invasive techniques. She uses laser dentistry to recontour gums while reducing the bleeding and recovery time of blades, and practices sedation dentistry to set patients at ease via nitrous oxide or oral sedation, which usually entails a pill or a soothing recitation of the Articles of Confederation.
The duo of dentists at Plymouth Meeting Family Dental, Drs. Robert H. Koffler and Richard H. Nagelberg, share the same devotion to patient comfort as Dr. Madden. While they are primarily focused on staving off problems before they occur, they skillfully treat any issues that do arise by filling cavities with natural-colored fillings or replacing missing teeth with realistic permanent implants.
At Advanced Smiles, Dr. Jiten Gohel administers restorative and cosmetic treatments with minimal patient discomfort. Dr. Gohel uses low-radiation digital x-rays over traditional x-rays to cut down on radiation, and cleans teeth with distilled water to eliminate potential contamination caused by tap water. All of this, plus his warm air high-fives, help make patients feel more comfortable and cut down on traditional dental phobias.
Ever since opening his private practice in 1989, Dr. Ronald Rouzer has dedicated himself to staying on the vanguard of general-dentistry practices. Even though he's a proud owner of a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Georgetown University, Dr. Rouzer doesn't let his education rest on its laurels. Instead, he challenges himself to undergo 50 hours of continuing education each year—that's nearly three times the annual requirement. All of this training has left him able to deal with all manner of oral-health quandaries, whether he's advising patients on TMJ treatments, performing air abrasion or laser gum surgery, or simple overseeing a routine cleaning.
Shapiro Dental Group's commitment to comfort is obvious from the moment client's step in the door—a massage chair dominates the waiting room. After a quick tension-taming session, the dental team tackles oral issues with a holistic approach, aiming to keep teeth in place and gleaming for a lifetime. But when problems do arise, cosmetic options can include fillings, crowns, and fang sharpening.
Dr. Alan Fan’s decade-long journey as a dentist began when he graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine on the dean's list. As a full-service practitioner, his many tricks of the dental trade include performing root canals and straightening teeth with braces.
At Towamencin Dentistry, Dr. Stephen Sulzbach devotes himself to a holistic dental approach that counts dental health as a component of overall wellness. To facilitate this devotion, he regularly amasses about 150 hours in continuing-education courses per year, which is 10 times the amount required of dentists in Pennsylvania. Dr. Sulzbach has completed enough hours to earn a coveted fellowship at the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies and a prized baseball with bite marks from each member of the 1933 New York Yankees.
Dr. Sulzbach also backs up his expertise in up-to-date techniques with the industry’s latest dental technology. He uses laser dentistry to recontour gums and tend to cavities while minimizing discomfort. In addition, he can replace metal fillings with new ones that more closely resemble the natural color of teeth.