Mr. Thomas C. Petraitis DMD, Dentist

Mr. Thomas C. Petraitis DMD


101 Hospital Avenue Du Bois Pennsylvania, 15801



Thomas C. Petraitis, DMD is a Dentist who runs his own private general dentistry practice in Du Bois, Pennsylvania. Dr. Petraitis graduated from the University of Pittsburgh. He specializes in oral and maxillofacial surgery.

Education and Training

University of Pittsburgh

Provider Details

Male English

What do you attribute your success to?

  • Treating Patients as Family

Hobbies / Sports

  • Golfing, Family, Friends

Mr. Thomas C. Petraitis DMD's Practice location

Thomas C. Petraitis DMD

101 Hospital Avenue -
Du Bois, Pennsylvania 15801
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New patients: 814-375-1023, 814-375-1023
Fax: 814-375-7144

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Head southeast on Hospital Avenue 48 ft
Turn left onto Prospect Street 494 ft
Turn left onto Du Bois Hospital 447 ft
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Head southeast on Hospital Avenue 399 ft
Turn right onto South Main Street 219 ft
Turn left onto Dixon Avenue 1493 ft
Turn right onto South Brady Street (US 219) 4945 ft
Continue straight onto Buffalo-Pittsburgh Highway (US 219) 551 ft
Make a slight right onto Buffalo-Pittsburgh Highway (US 119) 3.0 mi
Continue straight onto Sykes Street (US 119) 1.0 mi
Continue slightly right onto East Main Street (US 119) 13.4 mi
Continue straight onto Hampton Avenue (US 119) 1097 ft
Turn right onto East Mahoning Street (US 119) 1.2 mi
Continue slightly right onto North Main Street (PA 36) 1.4 mi
Turn right onto Hillcrest Drive 1095 ft
Make a slight left 430 ft
You have arrived at your destination, on the right



Head southeast on Hospital Avenue 399 ft
Turn left onto South Main Street 4570 ft
Turn right onto Dubois Street 2549 ft
Turn left onto West Dubois Avenue (US 219) 2796 ft
Continue straight onto Rich Highway (US 219) 1.6 mi
Take the ramp on the right 2102 ft
Merge left onto I 80 14.8 mi
Take the ramp on the right towards PA 28: Hazen 982 ft
Turn left onto PA 28 2.5 mi
Continue slightly left onto South Main Street 1969 ft
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