Dr. David Petti
777 Pine Valley Drive    Pittsburgh, PA 15239

Meet the Doctor and His Family
Dr. David Petti is a native of  Ellwood City, Pennsylvania. After graduating rom Lincoln High School, he attended Washington and Jefferson College where he graduated with honors in 1975.  He then attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine and received his D.M.D. degree in 1980.  He entered private practice upon graduation and has been in the Plum Boro community since then.  Dr. Petti believes that all of his patients should be treated with thoroughness, kindness understanding and consideration.
Dr. David Petti
Throughout his career, Dr. Petti has taken countless hours of continuing education which has allowed him and his staff to deliver personal and quality service and care to all patients. His post graduate studies include several years of training in orthodontics along with  many other aspects of general dentistry.  Aside from dentistry, Dr. Petti is an avid exercise enthusiast and is a Black Belt in martial arts with countless years of training and teaching.  He also is a member of the Screen Actors Guild and can be seen as an actor in movies, television and commercials.
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Angela & Jennifer
Dr. Petti and his wife, Audrey, have been married for over thirty years and have two grown
daughters, Angela and Jennifer.

Audrey was born and raised in Penn Hills and is a graduate of Penn Hills High School.  She is currently the administrative assistant at Center Elementary School in Plum.

Angela is a graduate of both Plum High School and the University of Pittsburgh.  She currently works as a nurse and resides in Plum with her husband Mike and their children Hayden and Tyler.

Jennifer is a graduate of Plum High School, Penn State University and Seton Hill University. She works as a  Physician's Assistant at Allegheny Valley Hospital and resides in Plum with her husband Joe and their dog Willow.
Dr. Petti appears as a newsreporter with Jack Nicholson and Danny DeVito in the movie "Hoffa."