Newtown PA Dentist Office Patient Information

Are you looking for high-quality dental care? Look no further than the Dentists of Newtown. Our experts of all dental disciplines are highly trained in all aspects of oral health care. They have years of extensive experience in diagnosing and treating their patients. Our dentists also use modern and comprehensive methods to address simple and complex oral health issues.

The Dentists of Newtown are general dentists, cosmetic dentists, orthodontists, endodontists, periodontists, and oral surgeons. They work as a team with patients to thoroughly understand their specific needs and goals.

Our dentists make it their mission to provide precise and comfortable care to all patients in a compassionate manner. Below, you can discover information for patients who visit our dental office in Newtown, PA.complete dental care with the dentists of newtown pa

Comfortable, Dedicated Dental Care

The dentists and office staff in our Newtown office are passionate about helping patients of all ages. We want everyone to feel comfortable when they visit our office. Our friendly dental team knows that it can be difficult for some patients to visit the dentist.

Whether patients are afraid because of a negative past experience or have anxiety about loud noises in the office, we can help. We create a comfortable and compassionate office environment and use modern dental tools for comfortable and predictable treatment.

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What Does a Routine Dental Appointment Look Like?

At our routine appointments, we provide dental cleanings and detailed examinations. It is important for patients to schedule these routine care appointments so we can keep track of their oral health and any developing dental problems.

A dental visit typically includes:

  • Dental x-rays
  • Professional dental cleaning
  • Gum disease screening
  • Dental cavity screening
  • Oral cancer screening

Our dental hygienists perform thorough dental cleanings to remove bacteria and plaque from around the teeth and gums. They use special dental tools to treat hard-to-reach areas of the mouth for a deep clean. Scaling and root planing may also be performed at routine oral health visits if there are signs of developing gum disease.

These treatments are used in tandem to remove plaque from beneath the gums and smooth down the tooth roots. Scaling and root planing can treat the early signs of gum disease to prevent it from progressing.

We may also use x-rays to take images of the teeth and gums. If patients have current dental concerns, or if we find problems during an examination, our dentists may give a treatment recommendation. During a consultation, patients can ask any questions about their treatment options or symptoms.

What Are Oral Cancer Screenings?

During an oral cancer screening, one of our dentists will conduct a thorough examination for abnormalities in the face, neck, lips, nose, and mouth. With a tongue depressor, they will also examine areas of the gums, throat, roof of the mouth, inner cheek, and tongue.

Ulcerations, bumps, swelling, patches, or discoloration can denote signs of developing oral cancer. One of our dentists may also feel the neck or face for masses or bumps. If they do find any signs of oral cancer, they will complete a biopsy.

Developing signs of oral cancer include:

  • Swelling inside of the mouth
  • Difficulty swallowing and speaking
  • Red and white patches in the mouth
  • Unexplained fever
  • A persistent sore throat
  • The feeling of something stuck in the throat

Contact our office as soon as possible if you have noticed these symptoms. We want to ensure that all of our patients receive the care they need in a timely manner. Not visiting the dentist soon enough can increase your likelihood of oral cancer developing.

Schedule a Dental Appointment Today

Do you need to request a new appointment? Call 267-692-2394 or schedule a dental consultation with our dental team on our website. We look forward to seeing you at your next appointment. Please let us know if you have any further questions or concerns. We will be glad to help.