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Experienced Periodontal Care In The Lehigh Valley

Dr. Ann Kearney Astolfi offers advanced periodontal and dental implant surgery.

Advanced Periodontal Care Helps You Smile With Confidence

Smile with confidence as a patient at our practice! We serve our patients with advanced periodontal care in a warm, inviting, and comfortable environment. Dr. Ann Astolfi has extensive experience treating patients with periodontal disease, gummy smiles, and missing teeth. Whether you need laser gum disease treatment or dental implants, we are the practice you can turn to for all your periodontal healthcare needs.

Comprehensive Care From a Dedicated Team

We are a patient-centered practice dedicated to making sure every patient’s experience with us is a positive one. Dr. Astolfi performs all periodontal and surgical implant treatments in-house, which helps you save time and money when working through your treatment plan. You can count on us for a full range of procedures that address your periodontal health concerns using advanced technology and innovative techniques.

Some of Our Common Dental Services:

Dental Implants

Bone Grafting


Learn more about our periodontist in the Lehigh Valley by scheduling your appointment with Dr. Astolfi today!

We promise COVID-SAFE Care

Safety of our patients and staff is our highest priority. We hope you are well and healthy. All of us at at Ann Kearney Astolfi DMD, PC are healthy and we are excited to now have clearance from Pennsylvania Department of Health to reopen for routine care. Rest assured we have gone above and beyond CDC requirements for safely returning to dental care. Just a few of the changes we have made for your continued safety:

  • Staff members have temperatures taken prior to start of work.
  • Patients to remain in their vehicle and call the office from the parking lot upon arrival.
  • Patients and ALL staff wearing masks.
  • We screen all patients and visitors for COVID-19 along with taking body temperature.
  • We have adjusted the schedule to bring you directly into treatment rooms with minimal overlap of patients.
  • Although we have always worn disposable gowns, we now added hair covering.
  • Medical grade air purifiers with HEPA filtration will be running in all rooms.

We have missed providing care to our wonderful patients and stand ready to assist you for your optimum oral health.

If you have any concerns regarding our office changes please feel free to call the Dr. on her cell or text this number (610)756-9840.

To reschedule any outstanding appointments please call: (610) 217-6982

If you are a patient of record and you would like to check the status of your insurance claim you can email: [email protected]

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Meet the Doctor

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  • Dr.
    Ann Astolfi

    Ann Astolfi, periodontist, formally trained at University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, Lehigh Valley Hospital GPR, and Temple Dental for periodontal and implant specialty. Informally trained by family, patients, team members, students and children!

    For almost 20 years Dr. Astolfi has practiced periodontics in the Lehigh Valley. She has a gift for making patients feel instantly at home in her office. As an educator, periodontist and business owner she is dedicated to cutting edge technology while assuring that her patients are well informed and cognizant of their complex diagnosis, etiology and treatment options.


What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Great personality, very skilled and knowledgable took care of my problems, efficient and very respectful of my time. I would highly recommend her to others."
    Lenore Stine

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Why Choose A Periodontist?

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