WELCOME TO OUR DENTAL OFFICE
About Glen Park Dental
If you are looking for a dentist for yourself or your family, look for someone who has a team of experienced and detail-oriented staff members. Here at Glen Park Dental, we give our best effort to meet our patients' needs by personalizing each dental treatment plan depending on their age, background, lifestyle, and health to achieve top-most quality dental care and aesthetic design. We deliver excellent results regardless of the procedure, whether it be routine cleaning, cosmetic touch-ups, or dental emergencies—a luxury in dental care.
What Dental Services Do We Offer?
Glen Park Dental is known for delivering outstanding dental services. We simply believe that a fundamental basis of a beautiful smile is healthy teeth and gums. Here at our office, we offer preventative and restorative dental care. Some of those treatments are:
With cosmetic dentistry, say goodbye to chipped, discolored, missing, broken, or misaligned tooth or teeth. Many patients consider getting this procedure to improve their smile’s aesthetics despite it not being medically required—and there is nothing wrong with that! We all know how one bright, beautiful smile could automatically transform a person's face and vibe.
Dental implants are made of titanium cylinders. They are placed on your jawbone where no more teeth are growing below the gum line. After that, the replacement teeth will be mounted onto the dental implants.
Wisdom Tooth Extraction
At Glen Park Dental, we take pride in our highly seasoned and professional staff. Here in the office, we have in-house oral surgeons who perform a wisdom tooth extraction.
Cracked, decayed, or discolored teeth are not something you should just settle with. At Glen Park Dental, we can help you choose the best dental crowns and even have your teeth fitted during the first visit. Call us today to schedule an appointment with us and make your smile goal be one step closer to reality!
Glen Park Dental offers your children and teens comprehensive oral healthcare. Get in touch with us today and start your child's comfortable and happy journey to proper and healthy dental care habits.
This procedure uses state-of-the-art technology to make your teeth at least eight shades whiter for over an hour. It is the ideal procedure for you if you want an outstanding result almost instantly.
When designing dentures, the goal we live by is to provide patients with dentures that are natural-looking, comfortable to wear, and personalized to fit our patients' needs. Now, you can regain the confidence to speak, smile, and eat without a care in this world by wearing dentures that are comfortable and pain-free.
It is suitable for you to consider getting a dental bridge if you have a missing or pulled tooth. Our dental team is dedicated to providing you with the best and personalized dental care.
What Makes Us Different?
Here at Glen Park Dental, our team strives hard to provide excellent dental healthcare and patient education. On your first visit, you will discuss your expectations with the dentist our expectations and the most important to you in terms of oral health. After the dentist evaluates your mouth and gives you the findings, you will have time to review them. You will also discuss with him to understand the findings and consider various treatment options based on your desired results.
Consistent and Quality Customer Service
We are a team of happy and smiling people. You will see every one of our staff is up-beat and fun while providing you top-quality dental care. Your comfort and peace of mind are our top priority!
Continuity of Care
Every day, we aim to provide our patients with a personalized and positive experience they can proudly and happily share with their family and friends. It is our goal for you to look forward to visiting us in our office again. Our success is built on long-term relationships because we take utmost importance on our patients’ trust.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why are Dental Visits Important?
Regular dental visits are essential because that is the time that your dentist could examine your teeth and gums and keep them healthy. Your dentist will remove any buildup of plaque or tartar during your visit, then polish them afterward.
Is It OK to Go to the Dentist Once a Year?
People with minimal cavities and gum problems can do just fine without visiting their dentist for one year. However, it is essential to remember that regular visits enable your dentist to detect signs of dental problems early on before they worsen and require invasive treatments. Therefore, if you are at high risk of dental diseases, visit your dentist at least 3 to 4 times a year.
How Can I Clean My Back Teeth?
You can use your toothbrush and floss (it is essential to floss your back teeth to prevent plaque and bacteria buildup) to clean your back teeth every day.
How Long Does a Dental Examination Take?
Regular dental visits only last for 10 minutes, usually if you do not have any dental problems. However, it may take a little longer if some dental issues require the dentist's attention.
What if I am Too Afraid to Go to the Dentist?
We acknowledge and understand that for some people---the fear of going to the dentist is just as real as falling off a very tall building. For that reason, we have designed a space that is both comfortable and relaxing. We encourage you to talk to us about your fear or anxiety regarding dental procedures so we may serve you better.
What Happens if You Never Go to the Dentist?
Not visiting the dentist is equivalent to neglecting proper oral healthcare. Patients who fail to sustain appropriate oral healthcare are at risk of developing other debilitating diseases such as heart diseases, diabetes, stroke, or cancer.
Should I Brush my Teeth before Going to the Dentist?
You should brush and floss your teeth at least two hours before your dentist's appointment. Just make sure not to overdo it. If you have not been flossing regularly and only decided to floss before your appointment, make sure not to overdo it.
Can I Drink Coffee Before Going to the Dentist?
If you have anxiety visiting the dentist's office, avoid drinking coffee in the morning and opt for any decaffeinated drink instead. Caffeine is known to be one of the leading causes of anxiety, and in some cases, panic attacks.
Why Does the Dentist Take X-Rays?
X-rays can detect early signs of dental problems such as oral structure damage, which can not usually be seen during regular exams alone. It can also detect if you have hidden tumors in the mouth. X-rays will enable your dentist to find, diagnose, and treat dental problems early on, saving you more time and money and sparing you from severe discomfort if not treated early.
Why do I Need Dental Exams?
Regular exams enable your dentist to spot early signs of dental health issues and prevent more severe conditions and expensive treatments. During routine visits, a dental hygienist will start by removing plaque buildup from your teeth. After that, your dentist will examine the teeth' surface and gum lines. If it has been a while since you last visited the dentist, then you might have some sensitive or sore areas in your mouth.