Need a New Dentist? Choose the Dental Office That Does More
When you’re looking for a new dental office, what do you look for? Convenient appointments? A friendly staff that really listens to your needs, concerns, and fears? A place where the whole family can go without a lot of stress and running around?
You might think that a place like this doesn’t exist, but that just means you haven’t heard about Newtown Dentistry yet. Known as the dental office with extras, it’s not just our innovative, exceptional dentistry that keeps families coming back. In fact, you might be surprised by how much more you get when you become one of our patients.
What Makes Newtown Dentistry Different from Other Dental Practices
When you join the Newtown Dentistry family, you can feel comfortable that you’re receiving the best possible general and cosmetic dentistry care from a team of experienced dentists, dental hygienists, and orthodontists. But, from the moment you enter our cheerful, welcoming dental home, you’ll know that this is no ordinary dental office.
In fact, you’ll enjoy advantages that you won’t find elsewhere, including:
Dentists for the Whole Family
The Newtown Dentistry team includes professionals dedicated to both pediatric and adult dentistry. No matter our patients’ age, we are dedicated to creating a fun, fear-free, compassionate environment and to providing expert dental care for bright, healthy smiles. And, with specialists for both children and their parents in one space, it’s easy to schedule appointments for the whole family at the same time in one convenient location.
In addition to a team of dentists, Newtown Dentistry also has two orthodontists in the same dental office. That’s right: Your family can get the orthodontic care they need in the same place—without driving all over town to different offices. Whether it’s braces, Invisalign, 3M aligners, or any other type of orthodontics, you can access what you need right here.
In-House Savings Plan
Newtown Dentistry is committed to helping you make the most of your dental insurance benefits. However, if you don’t have coverage, you don’t have to skip necessary care for financial reasons. We offer simple membership savings plans to help with the costs of routine dental care from preventive cleanings and X-rays to dental work like fillings. We also offer in-house financing options to help cover the costs of treatment.
Team of Experienced, Friendly, and Knowledgeable Professionals
Many of our team members have been with Newtown Dentistry for several years—and most have several decades of experience in dentistry. Our team of dentists and orthodontists are some of the best of the best, with education and training from the nation’s top dental schools and experience as leaders in the industry. We are committed to using the most advanced technology and treatment methods to support oral health.
What’s a trip to the dentist without a prize? Even adults want to be rewarded for a good visit, and Newtown Dentistry offers high-quality prizes for all ages. As Emilina F., a patient of more than 20 years says, “They always have the best gifts after you get your teeth cleaned … I got a mini bottle of champagne!”
Make an Appointment at Your New Dental Home Today
Going to the dentist doesn’t have to be a chore. When you have the right dental home that offers perks in addition to high-quality care, a dentist appointment can actually be something to smile about.
If you want to look forward to seeing the dentist for routine dental care, don’t hesitate to join the dental family at Newtown Dentistry today. You can request an appointment at our dental officehere, or call the friendly office staff at (215) 774-5193.
April 29, 2021
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