About Dr. Niemoeller

Philosophy

Doctor Stephen NiemoellerWe enjoy as much treating an apprehensive child for their first cavity as we do completely redoing an adults mouth. Dr. Niemoeller performs many dental procedures such as root canals, minor extractions and gum procedures, minor orthodontics, teeth whitening as well as comprehensive dentistry. If a tooth can be saved, it will be saved.

Doctor Niemoeller believes that there are many ways to resolve complex restorative problems. Patients are given many options when applicable to solve a complex problem. Each patient can then determine what option is best for them.

Any procedure that a patient may chose to have done is discussed in detail with Dr.Niemoeller. All and any questions are answered at length. Because of the complexity of some cases, a brief overview is given to help explain and clarify to patients how various treatments can solve a patients problem.

Biography

Dr.Niemoeller is originally from St.Louis, Missouri. He received his Undergraduate degree from Washington University in St.Louis in 1985 and his Graduate degree from University of Pennsylvania Dental School in 1989. He was invited to practice dentistry in Delaware with Dr. Joe Dietz. Dr. Dietz was a professor of crown and bridge at the University of Pennsylvania. In 1994 Doctor Niemoeller acquired the dental practice of Dr.David George.

Dr.Niemoeller has two beautiful daughters and a wonderful wife. He is an avid sports fan including all Philadelphia sports teams and the St. Louis Cardinals. The Doctor enjoys playing basketball and golf when he is not practicing dentistry or spending time with his family.

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Office Hours

By appointment only...

Monday 8am 5:30pm
Tuesday 8am 5:30pm
Wednesday 8am 5:30pm
Thursday 8am 5:30pm
Friday 8am 12:00pm

Patients should arrive early to fill out or update pertinent history and billing information.


Contact Information

PHONE:
302-737-3320
EMAIL:
Smile@NemoDentistry.com

Location

Dr. Stephen Niemoeller, D.M.D, PA
523 Capitol Trail
Newark, DE 19711