Newtown PA Dentist FAQs

If you are a new patient to the Dentists of Newtown, you may have questions about our office and your dental care. Our professional dental team is dedicated to providing high-quality, precise oral health care to all patients. Below, you can read dental FAQs about our office for patients in Newtown, PA. Please let us know if you have any more questions or concerns, and we can answer them for you at your next appointment.

Oral Health FAQs in Newtown, Pennsylvania

Common Dental FAQs

Learn the answers to frequent questions that patients ask our office:

How often should I visit the dentist?

The American Dental Association suggests that patients visit the dentist every six months for an evaluation and dental cleaning. However, if we find that you require more frequent visits, we will recommend a schedule to fit your needs.

What can I do in the event of a dental emergency?

Please contact our office immediately if you have a dental emergency. Our team of dental professionals can help prevent further pain or damage to your teeth and gums. In addition, we can provide restorative and cosmetic treatment that preserves tooth shape and function.

Do you offer financing options?

Our team works with patients to file their insurance and understand their payment options. Contact our team today to learn more about our financing options. We will be happy to help you.

Will you refer me out to a specialist?

Our dental team is made up of general dentists, periodontists, endodontists, cosmetic dentists, orthodontists, and oral surgeons. We can provide patients with a full array of restorative, cosmetic, and general treatments. Additionally, members of our team can also perform surgical procedures to remove infected or impacted teeth as well as place dental implants. You will not need to be referred to a specialist as our dentists come from a variety of specialties.

What are my treatment options to replace missing teeth?

Dental implants, bridges, and dentures restore one or more lost teeth. Implants can be used to replace a single missing tooth or secure a dental bridge or dentures. Dental implants provide stability to the smile and do not require adhesives to stay put. However, some patients may want to use removable dentures or traditional dental bridges as a more economical option. We will be happy to help you understand the treatment options available to you during a consultation.

Call Our Dental Office Today

Are you looking for a dentist in the Newtown area? Contact the Dentists of Newtown by calling 267-692-2394. You may also schedule a dental appointment with our dentists online.