General Dentistry

Comprehensive Dental Services

Preventive dental care is your best defense against complex oral health concerns. Dr. Waasdorp and Dr. Weinstock provide comprehensive general dentistry for the well-being and longevity of their patient’s teeth and gums. Our compassionate and welcoming dentist office allows patients to feel relaxed and confident when they come visit our Devon dentist office. Our team of dental professionals works collaboratively with our patients on a personal basis to ensure that all of their dental concerns are addressed and cosmetic goals are achieved.

THE IMPORTANCE OF ROUTINE DENTAL VISITS

Our Philadelphia, PA dental care team encourages all patients to visit the dentist at least twice a year for an oral health exam and professional dental cleaning. We provide thorough gum disease and cancer screenings as well as bite and jaw analysis to help patients avoid the development of more complex concerns. If issues such as gum disease, tooth decay, or even oral cancer are left untreated, they may cause serious damage to your overall health. Biannual dental checkups help our staff stay abreast of any developing concerns such as decay or receding gums so that they may offer the most conservative treatment plan to restore health to your teeth and gums.

One of the main things you can do between your biannual visits to our dentist office is to maintain good oral hygiene. Taking care of your oral health is a daily, lifetime commitment. It is very important because oral diseases can actually lead to serious health problems. Studies have proved that there is a link between bad oral hygiene and Alzheimer’s disease, cardiovascular disease, respiratory infections, dementia, diabetic complications, and pregnancy issues. We recommend that you brush your teeth at least twice a day with fluoride toothpaste, floss once a day, eat a healthy diet, and limit sugar intake.

HEALTHY GUMS, HEALTHY SMILE

Healthy gums are essential for your oral health. The gums help to protect tooth roots as well as stabilize the structure of the bite and smile. When gum disease develops it can compromise the foundation of your smile. Receding gums and diseased gums expose your teeth to a higher chance of decay, shifting and even loss. Gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss and can be prevented or managed with diligent oral health care.

Dr. Jonathan Waasdorp and Dr. David Weinstock are experienced periodontists who specialize in the treatment and care of gum health. With over 20 years of experience treating gum related health concerns, Dr. Waasdorp and Dr. Weinstock can help patients keep their gums healthy with comprehensive periodontal therapy treatments. Our doctors use the latest in dental technology and laser dentistry to provide minimally invasive and highly effective treatment of gum disease.

SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION

Preventive dental care is the best way to keep your gums and teeth in their best health. If you are looking for a new dentist, or are ready for your next dental cleaning, contact our Devon, PA dentist office. Dr. Waasdrop and Dr. Weinstock warmly welcome new patients from the greater Philadelphia region. Contact our front desk, or schedule your consultation online for your convenience.

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227 Lancaster Ave Devon, PA 19333

(610) 688-2211

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Practice Policy Update Regarding COVID-19

Updated May 6th

Dear Patients:

As the world has undoubtedly changed, the health of our patients and staff continues to be our number one priority.  We are again open to see patients, taking every precaution and are ready to help you achieve and maintain a healthy, beautiful smile.
 
Your well-being is our top priority. New precautions and safeguards are being implemented when it comes to your visit at the office to augment our already stringent standards.
-Staff is screened daily and temperature is taken upon entering the office.
 
-Each patient is pre-screened and temperature is taken upon entering the office. Patients are also asked to use hand sanitizer upon entry.
-We have added advanced HEPA/UV light air filtration systems to each operatory and our waiting area.
 
-Appointments are staggered to comply with social distancing; patients are kindly asked to wait in their car and will be called when they are ready to be seen.  We greatly appreciate your patience with this process in advance and apologize for any wait times as we adjust to the new check-in process.

-Staff will be wearing appropriate PPE included n95 masks and facial shields.

For up to date information on the virus, we would like to refer you to the government website for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention: www.cdc.gov

Kindest Regards

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