(908) 279-0621

Garden State Dental of Roselle Park
236 East Westfield Avenue, Roselle Park, NJ 07204

Partnering with a respected dentist and dental practice is the best way to keep your smile looking its best and to prevent gum disease and other oral health conditions. When choosing a dentist, you should look for a provider who has expertise in a wide range of techniques and oral health conditions.

Find Out Why We Are the Go-To Practice for Dental Exams and Teeth Cleaning in Roselle Park

Our office offers preventative and restorative services ranging from a complete dental exam to advanced treatment for periodontal disease. Even if it has been years since your last exam, we will work with you to find the right therapies and treatments to help you smile, speak, and eat with confidence. Call today for more information about scheduling a complete dental exam in Roselle Park.

What Does a Dental Exam and Dental Cleaning Entail?

During a complete dental exam, our dentist will check your teeth, gums, and mouth for common oral health conditions, including:

  • Dental decay or infection
  • Excessive tooth wear or damage from bruxism
  • Gum inflammation and recession caused by gum disease
  • Bone loss in the jaw
  • Lesions and abnormalities indicative of cancerous or precancerous conditions of the mouth

What Type of Dentist Offers Teeth Cleaning and Gum Disease Treatment?

The most effective way to protect your long-term oral health is to see a dentist on a regular basis for a complete exam and cleaning. Even if you brush and floss on a regular basis, plaque and hardened calculus can form on the hard-to-reach surfaces of the teeth, and the only way to remove them is with a professional cleaning. If not removed, plaque and calculus can cause cavities by eroding the tooth enamel and even lead to periodontal disease.

  • Gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss among adults, but it can be treated if caught early. You should consult a dentist right away if you experience any of the following:
  • Red, inflamed, or sensitive gums
  • Gums that bleed when you brush or floss
  • Teeth that feel loose or seem to shift out of place

These are all signs of periodontal disease and should be addressed as soon as possible to prevent tooth loss and other serious health complications. Our dentists can recommend a treatment regimen that includes deep cleanings or more specialized therapies. Call today to schedule your consultation.

What Causes Chronic Bad Breath?

The most common causes of bad breath are the foods and beverages that we eat and drink, smoking, and lack of good oral hygiene. In these cases, the issue can normally be resolved with brushing, flossing, and over-the-counter rinses. Approximately a quarter of Americans, however, suffer from a chronic form of bad breath known as halitosis. The condition can be so embarrassing for the individual that it leads to decreased self-esteem and social isolation. The good news is that help is available. Our dentists can help you bring chronic halitosis under control by recommending the appropriate at-home oral health regimen, professional cleanings, and other specialized remedies.

Who Needs an Oral Cancer Screening?

Oral cancers are potentially life-threatening but highly treatable conditions affecting the mouth and gums. Most people experience few, if any, symptoms during the early stages of oral cancer, so the condition is often overlooked until it is quite advanced. That is why we recommend oral cancer screenings for all of our patients over the age of 18. The process is noninvasive and involves the dentist visually inspecting the mouth for lumps, bumps, and other abnormalities. We include oral cancer screenings as part of every initial exam. If any areas of concern are noted, we will recommend further testing for a proper diagnosis.

Are Your Services Affordable?

We believe that high-quality, affordable dental care should be within reach for everyone. The exact cost of our services varies from patient to patient based on insurance coverage, the severity of the dental issue, and other factors. We will provide you with an estimate of your cost once you and your dentist have decided on a treatment plan. Many of our services are covered either in part or in full by most major dental insurance plans. We work with a number of insurers and can help you determine if your plan is one we accept. We also offer convenient payment options to help patients manage any expenses not covered by their insurance.

Where Can I Find an Experienced Provider for Periodontal Treatment or a Dental Exam in Roselle Park?

We are proud of the fact that many of our clients have been coming to us for years. This allows us to personalize our treatment approach to the exact needs of the patient. If you are ready to take control of your oral health, give us a call today to schedule an appointment.

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  • Wednesday 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
  • Thursday 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
  • Friday 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM

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    9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
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Garden State Dental of Roselle Park

236 East Westfield Avenue, Roselle Park, NJ 07204

(908) 279-0621

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