At Smile! Dental Center, we take pride in offering a wide range of preventive, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry services to meet the needs of patients of all ages. Dr. Jarrett Foust and our friendly staff offer comprehensive dental care under one roof to help your entire family maintain a happy, healthy smile and optimal oral health. We understand every stage of life brings unique dental needs, so we treat every member of your family as an individual. At our practice, delivering outstanding dental care is about more than clinical excellence. We try to make seeing the dentist a fun experience for our patients with our upbeat attitude, wonderful chairside manner and amenities, including a coffee bar, a 42-inch TV, and a steam towel after your procedure. When you visit us for family dentistry in Gibsonia, PA, you’ll receive dental care that combines advanced training and sophisticated technologies with a healthy dose of pampering. From regular hygiene appointments to more complex procedures such as dental implants, our entire team is dedicated to providing every member of your family with a gentle and enjoyable experience!
Although it’s always our goal to save teeth, sometimes this just isn’t possible. If you have a tooth that’s damaged or decayed beyond repair, tooth extraction may be the best option to eliminate tooth pain and sensitivity, and to stop an infection or decay from impacting adjacent teeth. During this procedure, Dr. Foust pulls your tooth, being careful not to disturb healthy bone or gum tissue. In addition to a local anesthetic, we offer sedation dentistry if you need it. After extraction, we’ll discuss tooth replacement options that best fit your unique needs and budget, such as a bridge, partial denture or dental implant.
Although rare, some patients have an allergic reaction to traditional amalgam fillings. Furthermore, this older metal material doesn’t provide esthetically pleasing results. However, composite fillings are the color of natural teeth, so they blend in beautifully and also require less removal of the tooth structure than amalgam. The resin compound bonds well to tooth enamel, making fillings less likely to loosen. The material is versatile enough to fill small to moderate cavities in molars, the front or back of teeth, and even to repair superficial flaws, such as a small chip in a tooth.
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