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Dr. Daniel Mele, DMD

Dr. Daniel Mele was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He completed both the undergraduate and the DMD program at the University of PIttsburgh. After finishing the DMD program in 1983, he first began working in the Norristown area. After a few years, he opened up this location at 40 West Evergreen Avenue in 1988. Since then, he completed the 2 year USDI program in Orthodontics.

Dr. Daniel Mele now offers comprehensive care for his patients. These services range from root canals and bridges to veneers and orthodontic treatment. All treatment options include expert opinion coming from decades of practice with a commitment to patients and proper execution of techniques.

Dr. Belinda Brown-Joseph, DMD, MS

Dr. Belinda Brown-Joseph earned her dental degree and completed a periodontology residence at Temple University School of Dentistry. She holds a master of Oral Biology from Temple University. Dr. Brown-Joseph is board certified from the American Board of Periodontology and from The international Congress of Oral Implantology.

She is an Associate Professor in the department of Periodontology and was the clinical director of the Graduate Periodontology and Oral Implantology Program at Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry for the past 8 years. She was also inducted into OKU- Omicron Kappa Upsilon Dental Honor Society at Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry. Her current research is in the application of laser disinfection in implant dentistry.

Dr. Corey Mele, DMD

Dr. Corey Mele grew up helping out around the practice. After attending PWHS, he completed Undergraduate study in Biology at the University of Pittsburgh. He then completed the DMD program at Temple University in 2018.

This new entry into the office has spent considerable time in the dental office growing up and hopes to extend Dr. Daniel Mele’s practice and ethic for the next several decades. Corey Mele plans to blend traditional techniques with modern technology to promote oral health for generations to come.