Dr. Cooley Bentz graduated from Temple University School of Dentistry after completing a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing at Thomas Jefferson University. Dr. Cooley Bentz was drawn to dentistry by watching her father, Dr. Thomas J. Cooley, who practiced in E. Norriton for 40 years. As a former nurse and the daughter of a dentist, she has a unique approach and personal style of dentistry that has brought generations of patients to her office for care.
She believes in becoming a partner in her patients’ care, helping them maintain good oral health through prevention, and correcting problems before they become serious. She loves making patients feel better about their smiles, and genuinely enjoys working with children and young adults to instill lifelong habits of good oral hygiene.
Education And Experience
Dr. Cooley Bentz received a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Thomas Jefferson University. She then went on to graduate from Temple University School of Dentistry, where she received her DMD degree. Dr Cooley Bentz has advanced training in cosmetic and restorative procedures, as well as general oral surgery and routine endodontics. She is highly proficient in the use of digital and laser technology to make procedures faster and more comfortable for her patients. She is a clinical perfectionist with exceptional skills in cosmetic and restorative care. As a result, she brings superior aesthetics to even routine dental care.
- Fellow, Academy of General Dentistry
- American Dental Association
- Pennsylvania Academy of General Dentistry
- Pennsylvania Dental Association
- Montgomery-Bucks County Dental Society
Dr. Cooley Bentz regularly participates in far more than the minimum continuing education credits required for licensure. She enjoys learning and sharing insights about the latest developments in dentistry with other professionals.
Outside The Office
Dr. Cooley Bentz and her husband, Dr. Robert Bentz, have four children. She enjoys spending time with her family, tackling DIY projects, cooking, boating, sewing, gardening, and biking. As an involved member of the Montgomery County community, Dr. Cooley Bentz sponsors youth scholarships in memory of her beloved father, donates her time and expertise at local schools, and raises money for community charitable organizations.