During some trips to the dentist’s office, you will be asked to have dental X-rays taken. X-rays need to be taken periodically, to allow your dentist to monitor any changes in the health of your ...View Article
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Our mission is to provide the ultimate dental experience for our patients by offering a clean, pleasant atmosphere, treating our patients and co-workers with the utmost respect and providing superior dental care. We will accomplish this while being honest, caring, trustworthy, and with a smile.
Our specialties include general and esthetic dentistry, a superior hygiene clinic, pediatric care, oral surgery and emergency care. We utilize advanced technology and state-of-the-art equipment.
Located on Highway 28, just north of the Police Station, Norwalk Family Dentistry offers a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere with state-of-the art technology and facilities for the entire family.
Contact us today to experience exceptional dentistry. We look forward to building a lifelong relationship with you as your family's dental care provider.
Get that white, sparkling smile you've always wanted! Phillips Zoom is the leading in-office, light activated teeth whitening system. Zoom uses a bulb with a mix of ultraviolet and visible light to enhance the penetration of the whitening gel into teeth enamel, thereby improving the result of teeth whitening. You will achieve up to eight shades whiter in three 15-minute sessions of light activation, for a total treatment time of 45 minutes. Go to Philips Zoom under Special Offers to sign up for $50 off your whitening treatment. Call our office at (515) 256-9000 to schedule your appointment!
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Check Yourself! Six simple steps to help detect early signs of oral cancer.
- Head and Face: Check for bumps, swelling or any discoloration.
- Neck: Use your hands to gently feel up and down your neck for any tenderness or lumps.
- Cheeks: Look and feel for discoloration or bumps both in and outside.
- Lips: Check both the in and outside of your lips. Use your fingers to pull your lips away. Be on the lookout for any lesions or discoloration.
- Tongue: Stick out your tongue to check for abnormal coloring, lumps, and lesions. Examine all sides.
- Roof and floor of your mouth: Use your fingers to examine this area. Carefully check for any blisters or lesions.
Identifying symptoms can be key to preventing cancer and saving your life!
While wisdom teeth were once essential to human survival, these days they really aren't necessary and they can often become impacted when there is not adequate space in a person’s mouth to accom ...View Article
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We all brush our teeth when we get ready in the morning, but some people have developed a habit of neglecting their teeth at night. In order to prevent cavities, we need to go to bed with clean t ...View Article
Dental issues and needs change with every stage of life, and senior citizens have unique dental concerns that may require special attention. In fact, many people aren’t aware that it’s common ...View Article
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