Dr. Coope and his friendly staff have a motto that they strive for of “excellence in all we do”. Patients’ care and customer service are foremost in our office. Dr. Coope takes the time to listen to patients’ concerns and gives honest and complete treatment plans. The entire staff is committed to educating their patients on how to keep healthy teeth and gums.
Ashley started with the practice in November 2011 and the patients all love her. Ashley graduated from the hygiene program at Delaware Tech in 2011. She picked hygiene because she really likes the fact that she gets to help people keep or restore their oral health. Ashley enjoys spending time with her family and friends and loves to travel.
Laurie is Dr. Coope’s wife and according to her “his better half”. She is an attorney so when he wanted to open his own practice she was glad to help out with the business aspects. They are almost empty nesters with their son in his first year of college and their daughter in her senior year of high school. They also have a two cats, Katrina and Bebe.
Assistant Office Manager
Jessica started working with the practice in August of 2013. She graduated from the dental assistant program at Polytech Adult Education in February of 2014. Jessica’s dedication and outstanding attitude have made her an invaluable member of the team. Jessica picked the dental field because after years of having braces she became fascinated with her oral hygiene. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her daughter Jayla, boyfriend Norris, family and friends.
Meet Dr. Coope
Dr. Coope was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona in 1961. He received his undergraduate degree from University of Pennsylvania in 1984. He attended the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry from 1988 to 1991 where he received his Doctorate of Dental Surgery with Distinction. While in the Air Force, Dr. Coope completed a two year advanced general dentistry residency and became a Diplomate of the Federal Services Board of General Dentistry in 2002.
Our Quality Dental Services
If you are missing one or more teeth or wear partial or full dentures, dental implants can be the perfect solution.
If you are missing one or more teeth, your dentist may suggest the use of a fixed bridge and dental crowns. Since the gap left by a missing tooth can cause the remaining teeth to shift or move, it is important for your oral health to replace the missing tooth or teeth, and fixed bridges […]
If a natural-looking smile is important to you, your dentist can now repair and restore your teeth with tooth-colored fillings, inlays, onlays, crowns and veneers that when placed look just like your teeth. Made of a complex composite of plastic and zirconia/silica, tooth-colored restorations bond to your tooth, helping prevent any filling leaks or chances […]
Many people cause significant wear and tear to their teeth by grinding their teeth while they sleep. Others have problems with snoring and difficulty breathing while they sleep, a condition called sleep apnea. Your dentist can construct a custom made appliance for you to reduce the damage to your teeth from clenching or grinding. He […]
These wafer-thin shells that are most often made from porcelain or ceramic are bonded to the front surface of a tooth to cover teeth that are discolored, stained, chipped, cracked or even misaligned or have gaps between them. Your dentist makes impressions of your teeth and then a mold of the way your teeth will […]
The space within the root of each of your teeth is called a ‘root canal,’ and within that canal there is dental pulp which consists of soft tissue, nerves and blood vessels. Tooth decay or trauma can cause damage to your dental pulp which results in infection that if left untreated, can spread to the […]
Even with good daily oral hygiene, some plaque still remains in your mouth and over time it can harden and becomes tartar (also known as calculus) which, if left in your mouth, causes periodontal disease. A dentist or dental hygienist can only remove Tartar with a process called ‘scaling’ where either ultrasound vibrations or a […]
When you have several teeth missing from different areas of your upper or lower jaw, a partial denture can restore your biting and chewing abilities as well bring back a beautiful smile and retain the shape of your mouth. Partial dentures are removable and can be designed to use adjoining teeth as support or be […]