Top Dentists 2013

This year's group of 327 top dentists represents nine specialties, including orthodontics.




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This list is excerpted from the 2013 edition of topDentists, a database that includes listings for more than 320 dentists and specialists in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. The Pittsburgh list is based on thousands of detailed evaluations of dentists and professionals by their peers. The complete database is available at usatopdentists.com.

 

 

Thomas F. Cwalina

 

257 Pittsburgh Rd

Butler, PA 16002

412/635-0613

 

     

 

 

Ronald E. Hand   

 

Associated Dental Specialists

110 Ft Couch Rd

Pittsburgh, PA 15241

412/833-8400

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Martin D. Hickey

 

Associated Dental Specialists

110 Ft Couch Rd

Pittsburgh, PA 15241

412/833-8400

ads-endo.com

 

Richard S. Smith

 

Associated Dental Specialists

110 Ft Couch Rd

Pittsburgh, PA 15241

412/833-8400

ads-endo.com

 

Rebecca Lynn Watkins-Pettit

 

Associated Dental Specialists

110 Ft Couch Rd

Pittsburgh, PA 15241

412/833-8400

ads-endo.com

 

Lisa Matisko

 

Edgewood Dental Associates

1789 S Braddock Ave, Ste 110

Pittsburgh, PA 15218

412/242-4022

edgewooddentalassociates.com

 

Michael E. Lisien

 

Innovative Endodontics

4139 Brownsville Rd

Pittsburgh, PA 15227

412/881-1320   

pghendo.com

 

Gary B. Schultz   

 

Innovative Endodontics

4139 Brownsville Rd

Pittsburgh, PA 15227

412/881-1320   

pghendo.com

 

Patrick E. Dahlkemper   

 

Mellett, Dahlkemper & Klepsky

4290 Rte 8, Castle Town Sq N   

Allison Park, PA 15101   

412/487-9310   

 

Anthony J. Di Renzo

 

Northeastern Ohio Endodontics

6715 Tippecanoe Rd

Canfield, OH 44406

330/533-0555   

 

Fernando Ascencio

 

Precision Endodontics   

4725 McKnight Rd, Ste 222

Pittsburgh, PA 15237

412/366-6990   

precisionendodontics.com

 

Patrick J. Carrigan

 

Precision Endodontics

305 Mt Lebanon Blvd, Ste 201

Pittsburgh, PA 15234

412/561-3780   

precisionendodontics.com

 

Kenneth C. DeNardo

 

Precision Endodontics   

200 Commerce Dr, Ste 203

Moon Township, PA 15108

412/264-3499   

precisionendodontics.com

 

Gerhard A. Berberich

 

321 Niles Cortland Rd NE, Ste 2

Warren, OH 44484

330/856-9989   

 

Matthew D. DiAndreth

 

Precision Endodontics

4725 McKnight Rd, Ste 222

Pittsburgh, PA 15237

412/366-6990

precisionendodontics.com

 

Reid S. ElAttrache

 

250 Oak Spring Rd

Washington, PA 15301

724/228-6624   

reidodontist.com

 

Nestor Foronda

 

Precision Endodontics

4725 McKnight Rd, Ste 222

Pittsburgh, PA 15237

412/366-6990   

precisionendodontics.com

 

Thomas J. Gillen

 

225 Humphrey Rd

Greensburg, PA 15601

724/834-1644   

 

George P. Hammer

 

1616 Broadview Blvd

Natrona Heights, PA 15065

724/224-1667   

 

George M. Just   

 

117 Fox Plan Rd, Ste 201

Monroeville, PA 15146

412/372-2510   

 

Derek J. Klepsky

 

101 Emerson Ave

Aspinwall, PA 15215

412/782-4944

 

Richard Leffel

 

117 Fox Plan Rd, Ste 201

Monroeville, PA 15146

412/372-2510   

 

Raymond Lev

 

321 Niles Cortland Rd NE, Ste 2

Warren, OH 44484

330/856-9989   

 

Christian J. Mangin

 

4725 McKnight Rd, Ste 222

Pittsburgh, PA 15237

412/366-6990

precisionendodontics.com

 

John R. Mellett

 

101 Emerson Ave

Pittsburgh, PA 15215

412/782-4944   

 

Jeffrey Minchau

 

2401 Cranberry Sq

Morgantown, WV 26508

304/594-1670   

 

Heidi A. Ray

 

Precision Endodontics

841 Hospital Rd, Ste 2200

Indiana, PA 15701

724/357-8118   

 

Clara M. Spatafore

 

2593 Wexford Bayne Rd, Ste 304

Sewickley, PA 15143

724/940-3963   

 

Paul M. Stabile   

 

321 Niles Cortland Rd NE

Warren, OH 44484

330/856-9989   

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