Meet The Doctor

Skill and compassion go hand in hand when providing exceptional patient care. As a dental professional, I stay up to date on the latest advancements in dentistry in order to provide the most current treatment options for my patients. As a doctor, I recognize that my patients are unique individuals who have placed a great deal of trust in me and my team. That is just one reason why I value each and every patient relationship.

I appreciate the time you’ve taken to visit this site and find out more about this dental practice, my team, and the many services we can provide to help you achieve optimum oral health.

Clifton E. Dietz, DMD

Dr. Clifton Dietz is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, School of Dental Medicine.
He has been affiliated with the Seattle Study Club for many years providing extensive continuing education and network of specialists with the latest procedures and technologies.  Staying current on the latest advances in dentistry is a priority while taking an average of 40 hours of continuing education credits a year.

Dr. Dietz comes from a long tradition of patient care starting with his grandfather Dr. Phineas Dietz, a physician in Harrisburg, PA and his father Dr. Lawrence Dietz, a pioneer in pediatric dentistry here in Beaver.

Volunteering his time and talents to community and national organizations has been a life-long passion. Recently Dr. Dietz began serving as the dentist for the South Side Area School District.  Park Church in Beaver remains a strong commitment where he has served as deacon and elder over many years of membership.  The Fry Glass Society has been an organization which Dr. Dietz has actively served on their board over many years.  Glass made in Western Pennsylvania starting in 1800 through the present provides a venue for many local organizations.  Museums in our area have been recipients of local glass and furniture donated by Dr. Dietz.  The Heinz History Center and The West Virginia Museum of American Glass proudly display many examples of rare and unusual pieces of glass from Western Pennsylvania including Rochester, which he has provided for their collections. 

Dr. Dietz believes in the responsibility of leaving a legacy which for him involves his volunteer work with the Urban renewal project in Mt. Oliver/Pittsburgh, planting trees for future generations to come, and helping people improve their quality of life through better dental health, preservation of historical assets and the continuation of our places of worship.