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.
Dentist Mona Albandar and periodontist Jasim Albandar work together at Albandar Dental to maintain oral health with services that range from preventative care to root canal therapy. Gum therapy help protect the smile's foundation, or in cases of missing teeth, patients can receive dentures, crowns, bridges, or dental implants. The office also employs state-of-the-art technology including digital x-rays and dental imaging to root out hidden cavities and capture smiles from their best angle, which happen's to be from the tonsil's perspective.
Since Dr. Seth Rosen graduated dental school in 1998, his dental education hasn't slowed down. He spends hundreds of hours outside the office taking advanced surgical courses and continuing education, resulting in his certification in four types of dental implants. In addition to learning, he also spends his out-of-office time volunteering free dental care with the Mission of Mercy Group.
Securing smiles for more than 25 years, Dr. Kenneth Siegel and the bicuspid beauticians at Dental Excellence of Blue Bell offer thorough and delicate dental detailing. Dr. Siegel will give teeth some tender, loving care with a comprehensive mouth exam to search for signs of decay and missing car keys (a $94 value). Snap unsuspecting shots of misbehaving molars with a set of cavity-check x-rays (a $148 value), and tame torrid taffy deposits with a full dental cleaning (a $106 value). Dr. Siegel's sage analysis and tooth tinkering will leave you with the shining grin of an open-mouthed walk through an automated car wash, but with less exposure on the local news.
Dr. Daniel Westawski knows that having plastic surgery is a deeply personal decision. That’s why he does all that he can to make his clients comfortable, whether they seek a procedure that’s purely cosmetic or one that reconstructs a part of the body damaged by trauma, disease, or feral shopping carts. The double-board-certified surgeon’s specialties include body and breast contouring, tummy tucks, and Vaser Lipo, a gentle device that can remove fat from around the muscles to give bodies a more sculpted appearance. His artistry also extends to the face, as he surgically enhances features with face-lifts and earlobe repair or combats wrinkles with dermal fillers.
Richard Berman, D.M.D., a dental instructor and practitioner, opened Dental Art and Science in 1996 with a guiding philosophy of providing minimally invasive and functional cosmetic dentistry. He uses advanced technology, such as microscope-assisted dentistry, to give his procedures a level of accuracy and insight not available to the human eye. Armed with this knowledge, he then corrects all manner of dental imperfections, such as restoring pearly smiles with porcelain veneers, bleaching away unsightly stains, and turning frowns upside-down with a resident clown troupe. Regardless of whether procedures are simple or complex, Dr. Berman consults closely with his patients, using digital dental impressions and x-rays to demonstrate his plan of action for toothscapes.