Barry P. Levin, D.M.D is a Diplomate of The American Board of Periodontology. A graduate of Temple University School of Dental Medicine, he earned his certificate in Periodontics from the University of Maryland. Dr. Levin has been on staff at the University of Pennsylvania-Periodontal and Dental Implant Surgery Department since 1996. Dr. Levin publishes and lectures both nationally and internationally on topics pertaining to dental implantology and periodontics and has been involved in research pertaining to new and advanced dental implant designs and bone regenerative materials.
Dr. Barry Levin travels around the world to speak on the topics of periodontics and implant dentistry. Click the links below to read more about his latest speaking events!
Mid-Facial Tissue Preservation with Immediate Anterior Implants
Wednesday, April 1, 2020 The Dermal Apron Technique for Predictability in Anterior Tooth Replacement
Thursday, March 19,2020 Demonstrated Papilla Preservation
Dr. Levin speaks at the EAO Osstell Forum 2019
Dr. Levin to Speak at EAO Osstell Forum
Dr. Levin Speaks at Meeting of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry
Inside Dentistry Roundtable: Implantology
Dr. Levin Speaks in Tel Aviv, Israel
Dr. Levin Speaks at THE ADI Team Congress 2019 Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland
AO conference in Washington DC
Creating Dazzling, Healthy Smiles
Dr. Barry Levin performs a variety of periodontal procedures with the goal of enhancing oral function, aesthetics, and the overall health of a patient’s teeth and gums. From restorative procedures like dental implant surgery to more cosmetic-focused treatments like crown lengthening, Dr. Levin strives to provide the highest standards of patient care. Below you can find real results from patients who have undergone periodontal treatment from Dr. Levin.
Thank you for an expert and painless implant procedure. Now, more than ever, I understand how important it is to see an experienced specialist, such as you, trained in implant surgery and one who is so kind and understanding of individual patient concerns. Thank you, as well, to your staff. They follow your lead in patient care and satisfaction.