Dental Care for the Whole Family
Our focus on family and pediatric dentistry means that we can treat all your loved ones. During your visit to our Bergenfield or Tappan office, we’ll carefully examine your teeth for any signs of decay, gum disease, or other common issues. Once we’ve completed your exam, we’ll talk with you about the results. If you need added care, we’ll create a personalized treatment plan and provide instructions for effective homecare. Re-care visits and daily maintenance will help you keep your mouth healthy, deter dental pain, and minimalize expense.
Our family and pediatric dental services include:
- Gum Disease Therapy
- Bad Breath Treatment
- Athletic Mouthguards
- Nightguards for Bruxism
- Professional Cleanings
To enjoy good oral health and wellbeing throughout your life, we recommend seeing Dr. LaCap or Dr. Tong at least twice a year or about every six months. These routine visits will help us diagnose and treat any problems before they have a chance to become more serious. If you have questions about anything we say during your visit, don’t hesitate to let us know—we love answering questions.
Has it been more than six months since your last visit? Call Washington Dental Associates and Smile More Dentistry to reserve your appointment. We always look forward to helping patients from Bergenfield, Tappan, Dumont, New Milford, Teaneck, Cresskill, Tenafly, and beyond create healthier, more beautiful smiles.
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