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What is general dentistry?

General dentistry focuses on a person's overall oral health by providing comprehensive care to prevent and treat dental diseases. General dentists are the primary dental care providers for people of all ages.

General dentistry in Mountainside, NJ can prevent oral diseases and injuries, restore your oral health, and even enhance your smile's aesthetics. 

#1 Prevent Oral Diseases and Injuries

Your general dentist can help you maintain good oral health by preventing diseases before they arise or progress. Preventive dental care includes routine exams, diagnostics (x-rays), and professional teeth cleanings to keep your teeth, gums, and mouth healthy and problem-free. Your general dentist can offer advice for improving oral hygiene at home and recommend preventive treatments, like fluoride, sealants, and mouthguards or nightguards to protect your teeth. 

#2 Restore Your Oral Health

A general dentist practices restorative dentistry to restore your mouth's function, comfort, and appearance. Restorative dental care can involve dental fillings, bonding, root canal therapy, crowns and bridges, dentures, and dental implants. Using restorative dental care, general dentists can treat gum disease and repair damaged, avulsed, missing, infected, and decayed teeth. 

#3 Enhance Your Smile's Aesthetics 

Many general dentists can help you attain the beautiful, sparkling smile of your dreams with cosmetic dental care in Mountainside, NJ. Cosmetic dentistry can enhance your smile's natural beauty and often include teeth whitening, veneers, bonding, and more.

Schedule an Exam with Our Mountainside General Dentists 

Are you looking for a kind and gentle general dentist in Mountainside, Westfield, Springfield, or Union, NJ? Then, Mountainside Family Dental is the place to call! Please get in touch with our dental office to schedule an appointment with Dr. Robert Kudla, Sr. or Dr. Robert Kudla, Jr

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