ABS - Specialist Search Results - Pennsylvania

Dr. Steve Parrett

Chambersburg, PA
(717) 263-3123

543 Lincoln Way E.
Chambersburg, PA 17201

Within my General Dentistry practice I have established a Halitosis Treatment Center. We use a Halimeter to measure and locate the source of VSC responsible for most cases of bad breath. We have also found, by using a phase-contrast microscope, that we can often identify specific forms of bacteria that may be responsible for creating VSC's. Once these bacteria have been confirmed, we continue to monitor the patient for control or elimination of the "bugs" to make sure the odor problems do not easily return. We have been using this treatment successfully for the past year.


Dr. Edward A. Magida

Newtown, PA
(215) 968-7787

7 Cambridge Lane
Newtown, PA 18940

Dr. Magida graduated in 1982 from the school of Dental Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. Received Fellowship Certificate in Advanced General Dentistry (C of P) in June 1983. Was clinical instructor (restoration) at Penn from 1983-1987. Private Practice 1983 - present, in quality high tech practice stressing perio, implants and prosthetics. Began actually treating breath disorder patients in June 1994 utilizing a halimeter.

Dr. Steven J. Rosenstein, D.M.D., F.A.G.D.

Philadelphia, PA
(215) 745-5508

8410 Bustleton Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19152

I have a health-centered restorative dental practice in NE area of Philadelphia. I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1975. I have completed a hospital general practice residency in the US Public Health Service. I have completed over 20 hours of education in Diagnosis and Management of Breath Disorders. Our breath disorders centers utilize the Halimeter to measure the gas extent, the PerioTemp to measure under the gum as well as other innovative high-tech instruments.

Steven Goldenberg DDS

Bensalem, PA

1044 Byberry Road
Bensalem, PA 19020
Email: DrXtract@aol.com

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