We know your time is valuable and make sure to see you as soon as you come in for your appointment.
If you have a dental emergency, we will be available to help and make sure you get quality dental care!
We believe staying up to date with the latest technology goes hand-in-hand with quality patient care.
our practice provides flexible payment methods for patients without Insurance such as Lending Club and Care Credit.
As one of the largest lumineer practices in the area, lumineer bonding is one of our speciality services.
Welcome to the office of Bruce Parker, DMD, a dental clinic in Pittsburgh, PA where we provide comprehensive dental care including cosmetic dentistry to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and its surrounding areas. We understand the importance of a beautiful, healthy smile and that’s why we offer the most advanced and innovative treatment options for restoring and enhancing your dental health and smile.
Dr. Bruce Parker and his staff are highly trained and have years of experience in several areas of dentistry including preventative and general dentistry, implant and laser dentistry and cosmetic dentistry (teeth whitening, veneers, crowns). We recognize that each case is unique, and we customize your treatment to ensure we are meeting all of your needs.
Our office is proud to be on the cutting edge of dentistry, bringing the most innovative technology to the Pittsburgh area. We were the first general dentist practice to use Galileo Cone Beam 3D imaging in Pittsburgh as well as one of the first digital practices to place implants virtually. Our dental office in Pittsburgh was also the first in the county to utilize CEREC technology.
What does this mean for you as a patient? A better experience! We are constantly learning and bringing in new technology so that you can get the easiest, fastest, safest and most reliable dental care in Pittsburgh possible.
Personalized and advanced dental care with a commitment to keep you smiling for a lifetime – that's what you can expect from Dr. Bruce Parker, your Pittsburgh, PA dentist!
According to the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, around 70% of adults aged 35 to 44 years seat least one tooth due to reasons [...]