Our Mission, Saving Your Teeth and Gums!

Careful, Thoughtful Planning for Restoring The Health of Your Teeth and Gums.

Recommended by Pittsburgh's Top Dentists

Where We're Located

We are conveniently located approximately 1 mile from business Rt 22 in Monroeville at 316 Center Rd next to the Rivertowne Inn (former Parkway Tavern). Just a few hundred feet from Old William Penn Highway.

From Pittsburgh (I-376) East

Take Plum exit, wrap around exit. Go to first light and make left on to Old William Penn Highway. Go approximately 1 mile and make hard right turn on to Center Rd. We are the second building on the right after passing Beatty Rd.

From Murrysville (Business 22) West

Come to first light as you enter Rt 22 Monroeville Business District  exit. Make Right on to Haymaker Rd.  Go to first light and make left on to Old William Penn Highway. Go approximately 1 mile and make hard right turn on to Center Rd. We are the second building on the right after passing Beatty Rd.

Hours:

Request an Appointment!

We Accept UPMC Insurance. (Call to inquire about how we bill for other insurances coverages.)

No Insurance? Need Help Paying?

0% Finance Program Available!

Have Questions For Dr. Coyne?

We Accomodate Sedation Dentistry!

Learn More About The Procedures We Perform Here...

  • Dental Implants

    Replacement teeth that feel and look like your own. A small titanium post is inserted into the jaw bone. After healing is complete, your primary dentist attaches a crown to the implant.

  • Tissue Grafts

    A procedure designed to cover exposed sensitive roots prone to decay and prevent further gum recession.

  • Deep Cleaning Scaling and Root Planing

    Removes plaque and tarter below the gum line where a toothbrush and floss can’t reach.

  • Recession Gum Treatment

    Mild gum recession gum can be treated through deep cleaning of the affected area. Plaque and tarter that has built up on the root surfaces below the gums is removed then smoothed so bacteria has a difficult time attaching itself to the surface. Antibiotics can also be used to remove any remaining bacteria.

  • Gingivitis Treatment

    Gingivitis left untreated can lead to periodontitis. Treatments depend on what stage the gum disease is in. Treatments can be non-surgical if treated early enough.

© Suzanne Coyne DMD 2016