General Dentistry from Washington Dental Associates and Smile More Dentistry

General and preventive dentistry is the foundation of good oral health. When you come to us for checkups and exams, we’ll carefully examine each tooth for any possible problems. Once we’ve completed your exam, we’ll provide you with customized education and instruction so you can maximize your dental health and avoid possible future pain and expense.

In addition to regular checkups, we offer the following preventive dentistry services:

Based on the results of your exam, we may recommend treatment with one of these services, or any of our other general, cosmetic, and restorative services. We’re committed to providing personalized service to our patients from Bergenfield and Tappan.

For optimal oral health, we recommend visiting either Washington Dental Associates or Smile More Dentistry at least twice a year for routine care. Call one of our offices today to reserve your next visit. We offer general dentistry to patients from Bergenfield, Tappan, Dumont, New Milford, Teaneck, Cresskill, Tenafly, and beyond.

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