NEW LOCATION ADDS TO CURRENT OFFICES IN ALLENTOWN, BETHLEHEM, AND LEHIGHTON
(DECEMBER 7, 2020) – Valley Oral Surgery, the region’s premier provider of dental implants, extractions, is opening their newest and fourth office in Quakertown, Bucks County.
The new office is located at the former location of Dr. Mark P. Elstein’s oral surgery practice at 1402 Broad Street just off State Route 309 and gives Quakertown and nearby residents a new option for oral surgical care.
Dr. Elstein, a long-time fixture in the Quakertown medical community, chose to join the privately owned Valley Oral Surgery team earlier this year. “The team of surgeons at Valley Oral Surgery are among the best in the region and will provide outstanding care for my patients for many years to come,” Elstein said.
Valley Oral Surgery partner Dr. Robert Laski said, “The Quakertown office has been thoroughly remodeled and outfitted with state-of-the-art technology and equipment, including 3D imaging and a state-of-the-art HVAC system to help sanitize the air. We are big believers in improving access to care, so this new location goes a long way toward making that a reality for our patients coming from the southern region.”
“Now, along with our offices in Allentown, Bethlehem, and Lehighton, help is truly just a short drive away, no matter where you live in the Lehigh Valley region,” Laski said.
The Valley Oral Surgery team also includes Drs. Jaime Cernansky, Niral Parikh, Mark P. Elstein, and Wu Zheng.
For nearly four decades, thousands of Lehigh Valley residents have put their trust in the skilled doctors of Valley Oral Surgery, which provides a full scope of oral and maxillofacial services, including wisdom tooth extractions, tooth extractions, dental implants, and bone grafting. They also perform corrective jaw surgery and repair traumatic facial injuries.
Of course, COVID-19 has changed all our lives and Valley Oral Surgery has responded to the challenge in a variety of ways, including screening of all patients, enhanced cleaning of the offices, and a reduction in touchable surfaces.
“With COVID-19, we’ve improved our HVAC systems in all of our offices, including the new Quakertown one, to help increase air flow and purify the air as it circulates,” Laski said. This is accomplished using UV light-powered HVAC systems that help keep the air cleaner and safer. With increased ionized hydro-peroxide output and an enhanced catalyst with zinc, the system purifies every cubic inch of air that the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system reaches. It is effective against all three categories of indoor air pollutants: particulates, microbials and gases. The system has been thoroughly tested to safely remove the risks of airborne and surface bacteria, mold spores and viruses, such as MRSA, e-coli, and Norwalk, to name a few.