The Pi Dental Center
In the Season of Thanksgiving,
we should not take for granted
that a healthy smile is the signature of wellness.
Patients of the Pi Dental Center
in Fort Washington
can all take a hearty bite from the drumstick,
No more dentures!
We create biomedically engineered permanent smiles.
No treatment is too big or too small.
Dr. Glenn J. Wolfinger, Prosthodontics
Dr. Glenn Wolfinger, prosthodontist at Pi Dental Center, was interviewed for the November issue of Philadelphia magazine.
The single greatest health care advancement that influences the way you practice:
The discovery of dental implant treatment has been the greatest advancement to improve the lives of patients. The ability to predictably replace missing teeth and restore function has been life changing for patients.
One thing you know now that you wish you had known is dental school:
We know now that no patient needs to suffer with removable dentures. Dentistry is capable of providing permanent solutions for almost every patient.
If you had to choose a new career now, other than health care:
Prosthodontics is a blend of dentistry and engineering, computer science and art. No other career is even imaginable.
Dr. Glenn Wolfinger is a Board Certified Prosthodontist practicing at Prosthodontics Intermedica in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania. Dr. Wolfinger is a Fellow of the American College of Prosthodontists and the Academy of Osseointegration. He graduated from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, completed a general practice residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, and then completed a residency in combined Prosthodontics through the VA-Harvard Program in Boston. He is currently a member of the Adjunct Faculty at Nova Southeastern University and Co-Director of the Institute For Facial Esthetics. He is a Past-President of the Pennsylvania Prosthodontic Association, and a member of numerous other dental organizations. He has participated in critical research projects, has lectured internationally, and has had many articles published in refereed journals.