184 W. Main Street, Suite 200 Collegeville, PA 19426 610-228-4366
425 Market Street, 2nd Floor Williamsport, PA 17701 570-505-6908
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The LANAP And Implant Center | Williamsport & Collegeville, PA Dentist

Welcome to the LANAP and Implant Center! Trusted Williamsport & Collegeville, PA dentist Dr. David DiGiallorenzo and his team have been serving periodontal and dental implant patients throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, and the nation with a combined total of 125 years of experience. Located in Collegeville and Williamsport, PA, we offer top-quality full reconstructive service. Our specialty care is unlike that of any other office because we offer an integrated approach. If you have periodontal health or tooth loss problems that are negatively affecting your life, you have come to the right place.

Patients from around the country see us for many of the following reasons:
● Our state-of-the-art, holistic approach to modern dental care.
● Our ability to successfully address complex dental problems with fewer visits, less discomfort, and positive results.
● Our goal to make your comfort and total-body health our top priority. We also offer acupuncture, laser bio stimulation, reflexology, massage, oral detoxification, nutrition advice, and homeopathy for optimal outcomes.

We invite you to visit either our Williamsport or Collegeville, PA dentist office for periodontal and dental implant care. Please contact our team to schedule an appointment. You can reach our Collegeville office at 610-228-4366 and our Williamsport office at 570-505-6908. You can also send us a message using our online contact form. We will be happy to help you get the high-quality dental care you need.

Collegeville
610-228-4366
Williamsport
570-505-6908
 
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