Dr. Weinstock is proud to partcipate with Pennsylvania’s Victims Compensation Assistance Program. Through this partnership, Dr. Weinstock is able to help restore the smiles of victims of crime.Read Full Article
Welcome to the Philadelphia area dentist office of Dr. David Weinstock. Committed to the highest standard of oral health care, Dr. Weinstock is one the area’s most respected and highly trained cosmetic and restorative dentists.
Dr. Weinstock has advanced training and serves as an educator in periodontics and prosthodontics. He provides experienced, highly skilled implant dentistry as one of few area dentists with this combination of credentials.
David J. Weinstock, DMD has been providing comprehensive, personalized dental care to patients in the greater Philadelphia area for over 25 years. Known for his warm, compassionate manner and high standard of dentistry, Dr. Weinstock has become a leading Philadelphia PA dentist for the treatment of cosmetic concerns and missing teeth.Meet Dr. Weinstock
5 out of 5 stars
I've been a patient of Dr Weinstock for several years, and very happy for the experience. The staff is always super friendly and I have always been seen at my scheduled time. The facilities are modern and the dental hygienists are very professional.
5 out of 5 stars
The office is extremely clean, professional and prompt. You will not be waiting for your appointment and there is no doubt about the sensitivity of your technician. I have been there for more than 10 years and tempted others but always came back.
Dr. David Weinstock welcomes new patients to our Bala Cynwyd dental practice.
Your first visit may include:
We look forward to meeting you and helping you enjoy a lifetime of healthy, comfortable smiles.
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