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Monday, June 1, 2009

Penn's Dental Implant Center

The Dental Implant Center of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery are a comprehensive, multidisciplinary group of specialists with a team approach to restoring oral maxillofacial health. Now the standard of care for replacing missing teeth, dental implants offer an alternative to bridges, partials and dentures. With a comfortable, custom fit to your mouth, they look and feel like natural teeth. The Center utilizes the latest three-dimensional, state-of-the-art digital-imaging equipment, enabling staff to place implants with the highest degree of success.

Learn more about Penn Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Penn Bariatric Surgery Program Expands to New Jersey

Patients in New Jersey who are considering bariatric surgery can soon see a Penn bariatric surgeon in Egg Harbor Township. Noel N. Williams, MD, director of bariatric surgery at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, will soon be seeing patients at the new Penn Medicine at Egg Harbor Township office, located at 3205 Fire Road.

Comprised of multi-disciplinary leading medical experts and backed by over 20 years of experience, the Penn Bariatric Surgery team works with patients to provide the highest quality medical care while achieving their lifestyle and weight loss goals. Penn surgeons perform the latest surgical procedures and utilize the newest tools in the comprehensive treatment of severe obesity.

To schedule an appointment at Penn Medicine at Egg Harbor Township please call 800-789-PENN (7366) or request an appointment online.

Learn more about the Bariatric Surgery Program at Penn

The Abramson Cancer Center: A LIVESTRONG™ Survivorship Center of Excellence

The Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania is committed to helping each cancer survivor find ways to enjoy life to the fullest. Living Well After Cancer™ is a nationally recognized program that focuses on the issues that survivors face. Penn’s Abramson Cancer Center is designated as a Survivorship Center of Excellence by the Lance Armstrong Foundation. Abramson is one of eight comprehensive cancer centers in the country chosen to lead the effort in clinical care and research with cancer survivors of all ages.

Penn Medicine’ OncoLink is powering a new program called the LIVESTRONG Care Plan. The program develops a lifestyle plan for cancer survivors who have gone through cancer treatments including: surgery, radiation and medication. Experts agree that, after treatment, patients should develop a plan of care that outlines their risk for late effects - side effects of cancer treatment that arise after treatment is complete.

Create Your Own Plan
Program for Adults
Program for Children
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