Joseph Brogan, DMD

Dr. Brogan loves being an orthodontist and having a positive impact on the lives of his patients. He gets great satisfaction knowing that the orthodontic treatments we provide have profound physical and psychological benefits.

As an orthodontist, I’m in a unique position to affect whole families in a positive way by building beautiful smiles and developing good habits for a lifetime of oral health. I never forget that each patient is an individual, deserving of respect and compassion above all else. I am here to help them achieve the smile they desire and ensure every visit is a great experience.

Trained in Comprehensive Orthodontic Treatment

I earned my Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Scranton in Scranton, PA, and my Doctorate of Dental Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. I completed my Orthodontic Residency and Master’s degree at Temple University School of Dentistry in Philadelphia. In addition to maintaining my private practice, I also served an Assistant Clinical Professor at the Department of Orthodontics at Temple School of Dentistry in Philadelphia.

I continue to stay up-to-date with the latest in orthodontic technology by participating in several study groups and attending continuing education courses throughout the year. By doing this, I am able to bring my patients the latest in best practices for orthodontic treatment with the latest technology.

dr brogan headshot

Additionally, I am a member of the

  • American Dental Association
  • Pennsylvania Association of Orthodontics
  • American Association of Orthodontics
  • Montgomery County Dental Society

Outside the Office

A native of Havertown, PA, I have lived in Blue Bell for the past 22 years with my wife Lisa. We have three sons, Sam, Joe, and Michael, as well as our rescue dog Bart.

In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, working on project cars with my boys, playing a little golf, and cooking. I’m also involved in my community through organizations such as the Knights of Columbus, Boy Scouts, and the Giving Tree homeless outreach.