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Dr. Robert Leo Engelmeier DMD,MS, Prosthodontist

Dr. Robert Leo Engelmeier DMD,MS

Prosthodontist | Prosthodontics

3501 Terrace St G-89 Salk Hall Pittsburgh PA, 15213


Dr. Robert Engelmeier is a prosthodontist practicing in Pittsburgh, PA. Dr. Engelmeier specializes in the restoration and replacement of teeth. Prosthodontists maintain oral function, comfort and the appearance and health either with the natural teeth or the replacement of missing ones with maxillofacial tissues and artificial substances.

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3501 Terrace St -
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
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