Did you know that routine, general dental care is also preventative in nature? Preventative dental treatments may be utilized to stop the development of more complex concerns. Services such as tooth extractions or emergency dental treatment prevent the spread of infection or further damage to the teeth and gums. Even wearing a custom-made mouthguard during sports can prevent chipped, cracked, or otherwise damaged teeth.
Our professional dentists in Newtown, PA, offer personalized general dental care to ensure that patients enjoy the benefits of optimal oral health. They work with patients as individuals to create treatment plans that are custom-tailored to their goals and current needs. We strive to provide the highest standard of care for your oral health needs, with complete services available under one roof for the changing needs of your smile.
General Dental Solutions
Our general dental care is preventative and helps you maintain your oral health:
If you or your child play contact sports like soccer, football, or basketball, you need to wear a sports mouthguard. Sports mouthguards protect the teeth and gums and prevent dental injuries or even tooth loss. When compared to store-bought mouthguards, our customized mouthguards fit properly and conform to the teeth. Our mouthguards make it easy for athletes to concentrate on their game, not their mouthguard.
In the event of a dental emergency, please contact our office as soon as possible. Our dental team can treat dental emergencies which often include broken, injured, painful, and lost teeth. We also treat patients who are experiencing excessive bleeding or have broken dental restorations. Emergency dental care can prevent dental complications and stop the development of further oral health problems.
As a family dental office, we can provide dental treatment to every member of your family. Our dentists help parents learn the best ways to care for their child’s smile. We also offer restorative and cosmetic dental care for smiles as they mature. No matter your age, our dental specialists can treat your oral health needs in our Newtown office.
Dental lasers offer a modern way for our dentists to treat patients with gum problems. Lasers can contour the gum line, remove infected gum tissue, make gum grafts, and remove frenectomies. Dental lasers do not require sutures and provide quick, painless, and comfortable care to our patients.
Sedation dentistry is a treatment method that benefits all patients. Dental sedation is a safe way to relax patients, especially for oral surgeries or more complex dental treatments. Additionally, sedation benefits patients who have a fear of the dentist or dental anxiety. With sedation, our patients can feel calm and comfortable while receiving the care they need.
Dental extractions are needed when patients have infected or impacted teeth. When wisdom teeth cannot erupt properly, they can cause pain and dig into the back molars. Removing wisdom teeth relieve patients of this pain and prevent tooth damage. If patients have a severe infection in a tooth that cannot be salvaged by a root canal, an extraction is needed. We can provide dental implants after the extraction site is healed.
How To Prevent Dental Emergencies
There are several things that patients can do to prevent problems like injured, missing, or decaying teeth. Caring for the teeth and gums by brushing and flossing twice a day helps fight off harmful bacteria. If food particles and bacteria are not removed from the teeth and gums, they can multiply. Over time, patients may experience pain, gum recession, and even tooth loss. Patients who play sports can prevent dental injuries and tooth loss by wearing customized sports mouthguards. Visiting the dentist biannually can also keep developing dental problems in check.
Contact Our Dental Office
Do you need general dental care? Are you looking for dental specialists in the Newtown area? Schedule a routine dental appointment on our website. You can also call our dental professionals today at 267-692-2394. Please let us know if you have any current oral health problems or questions about your treatment options. We are always happy to help.