General and Family Care

Our New Jersey general and cosmetic dentistry practice is proud to use the most advanced dental technology to give our patients the best experience possible, as well as exceptional results that effectively improve oral health. We are committed to continuing education, and we make full use of the latest advances in dentistry. Our general and family dental care options are designed to help patients of virtually all ages maintain excellent oral and periodontal health, while correcting small problems that may turn into big ones without early treatment.

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What is Family Dental Care?

Family dental care is designed to help enhance and maintain the overall health of one’s mouth throughout every stage of their life. Family dentists are typically those who offer a comprehensive range of routine and preventive dental care options while emphasizing patient education. This approach can help individuals across the age spectrum develop tools and habits that offer the best chances of consistently maintaining healthy teeth and gums for many years to come.

Why Choose a Family Dentist?

A family dentist can be very beneficial for those looking to build trust with their dentist throughout their lives. Family dentists are experienced in working with children and teenagers as well as adults. Instead of having multiple dentists, individuals who receive care from a family dentist can often avoid being referred out to another office for certain types of treatment. Family dentists can frequently address the needs of the entire family and provide an array of services at a single location.

Oral Exams and Cleanings

An oral exam is the first step toward maintaining good oral health. This quick examination helps our dental team evaluate the current state of your teeth and gums and identify any present or potential problems. We utilize advanced technologies such as intraoral cameras, digital x-rays, and others to get a detailed and precise look inside your mouth. Oral exams are virtually painless ways to determine whether your oral health is in good shape, or if there are areas that need to be further explored to minimize the possibility of more serious issues developing later. In most cases, a professional dental cleaning will be part of a regular oral exam to improve dental and periodontal health by removing bacteria in areas that are hard to reach with standard brushing and flossing.

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Digital X-Rays

Digital x-rays offer a detailed, almost-instantaneous look at potential issues among one’s teeth. The digital x-ray system is capable of reducing radiation exposure by up to 90 percent when compared with more traditional x-ray methodologies.

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Oral Cancer Screenings

Our practice regularly provides oral cancer screenings. We use the state-of-the-art VELscope® Oral Cancer Screening device to identify any possible signs of pre-cancerous tissue. This system illuminates tissue within the mouth that may appear suspicious. VELscope® can also identify viral and bacterial infections, salivary gland tumors, and other issues. It is very important for patients to have regular oral cancer screenings. The survival rate for oral cancer is much higher when caught at the earliest stage possible.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Natural-looking and effective results for cavity treatment can be produced by tooth-colored fillings. These options are mercury-free and offer numerous advantages over traditional “metal” fillings that give off a darker and more noticeable appearance. Our practice uses a durable composite material to fill cavities with results that blend more naturally with the affected tooth.

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Advanced Periodontal Care

Advanced periodontal care can reduce the serious risks posed by gum disease. This condition is extremely common, even among individuals who take excellent care of their teeth. Our advanced periodontal treatments can help control existing gum disease and limit the possibility of future damage before it leads to deteriorating oral health, tooth loss, and risks to general health.

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