Philadelphia — Penn Dental Medicine is expanding its dental care services in the community with the opening of a new office location within its Penn Dental Family Practice. The new space, which opened June 29, is on the 10th floor of Penn Medicine University City, an advanced treatment and outpatient facility at 3737 Market Street that brings a multitude of specialties together all under one roof. The 13-story tower, a facility of the Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, includes 200,000 square feet of exam rooms, outpatient operating rooms, an outpatient radiology center, the Penn Musculoskeletal Center, and now, dental care as well with the new Penn Dental Family Practice office.
“We are pleased to add to the patient care services within Penn Medicine University City. Oral health is such a vital part of overall health, and as part of this facility, we can provide seamless, integrated care for patients,” says Peter Kauderwood, Executive Director of Administration for Penn Dental Family Practice.
The Penn Dental Family Practice office offers comprehensive dental care services. Along with general restorative care, there are specialists in endodontics, pediatrics, periodontics, orthodontics, and oral surgery. The office also includes an implant center. The state-of-the-art facility features 25 patient care rooms.
This location is one of two multidisciplinary dental offices within the Penn Dental Family Practice and is the new home for the Practice’s University City office, previously located at 3401 Market Street.
“With the expanded space of this new office, we will be able serve a greater number of patients and provide an even greater level of specialty care at this one location,” says Kauderwood.
The other Penn Dental Family Practice office location is at Locust Walk, within Penn Dental Medicine at 240 S. 40th Street. Both practice offices accept a variety of insurance plans and are the providers for the Penn Dental Insurance Plans offered to University of Pennsylvania faculty, staff, and students and University of Pennsylvania Health System employees.
For an appointment at the new Penn Dental Family Practice University City office call 215-573-8400. To learn more about the PDFP difference, check out our comparison chart now.