Doylestown Dental Specialty Center

With pediatric dentistry, orthodontics, and oral surgery we are proud to offer affordable and quality dentistry for you and your family! At Doylestown Specialty Center our patient’s comfort and dental health are always our top priorities.

We aim at providing your family with the finest quality dental healthcare and hygiene in a warm and comforting environment. We understand that each of our patients are unique and so are their dental needs. Our modern state-of-the-art technology combined with traditional values and warmth aims at providing towards each of our patient’s unique requirements.

Operating as usual

04/02/2021

We are monitoring and adopting our response to protecting the health and safety of our patients during this difficult period. We're supporting our patients with resources to stay safe and informed.

#teeth #smile #dentist #dentistry #dental #tooth #teethwhitening #dentalcare #oralhealth #dentalhygiene #cosmeticdentistry #teethcleaning

We are monitoring and adopting our response to protecting the health and safety of our patients during this difficult period. We're supporting our patients with resources to stay safe and informed.

#teeth #smile #dentist #dentistry #dental #tooth #teethwhitening #dentalcare #oralhealth #dentalhygiene #cosmeticdentistry #teethcleaning

03/08/2021

We have partnered with various dental practices in order to provide many options to our patients when it comes to choosing their preferred dentist. We maintain the highest standards in modern dentistry by offering you some of the latest developments in dental technology. We serve patients of all ages and accept all major dental insurances.

#teeth #smile #dentist #dentistry #dental #tooth #teethwhitening #dentalcare #oralhealth

We have partnered with various dental practices in order to provide many options to our patients when it comes to choosing their preferred dentist. We maintain the highest standards in modern dentistry by offering you some of the latest developments in dental technology. We serve patients of all ages and accept all major dental insurances.

#teeth #smile #dentist #dentistry #dental #tooth #teethwhitening #dentalcare #oralhealth

09/25/2019

How you brush makes a big difference.
The mechanical act of brushing removes the very sticky dental plaque – a mixture of bacteria, their acids and sticky byproducts and food remnants.
It forms naturally on teeth immediately after you've eaten but doesn't get nasty and start to cause damage to the teeth until it reaches a certain stage of maturity.
The exact amount of time this takes isn't known but is at least more than 12 hours. Bacteria consume sugar and, as a byproduct, produces acids that dissolve minerals out of the teeth, leaving microscopic holes we can't see. If the process isn't stopped and they aren't repaired, these can become big, visible cavities. Taking two minutes to brush your teeth is a good target for removing plaque and you should brush at night and one other time daily. Brushing frequently stops the bacteria developing to a stage where the species which produce the most acid can become established. Electric toothbrushes can be more effective than manual brushing and a small toothbrush head helps to reach awkward areas in the mouth, while medium-textured bristles help you clean effectively without causing harm to gums and teeth. The main thing, however, is to get brushing!

09/02/2019

#laborday #happylaborday #myfamilydentalcare
HAPPY LABOR DAY FROM MY FAMILY DENTAL CARE!
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07/17/2019

Poor oral health can affect the brain. Substances that are released from gums inflamed by infection can actually kill brain cells and lead to memory loss. Dementia and possibly even Alzheimer's disease can result from gingivitis when the bacteria in the mouth spreads to the nerve channels or enters the bloodstream.
#alzheimers #dementia #oralhealth #gingivitis #nervechannels

07/04/2019

myfamilydentalcare.com #july4th #happyindependenceday #myfamilydentalcare Happy 4th of July!

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Happy 4th of July!

06/25/2019

CARE FOR YOUR ORAL HEALTH ALWAYS!
#elderly #elderlyoralhealth #oralhealth #oralhealthfuture

06/16/2019

HAPPY FATHER'S DAY
#fathersday #myfamilydentalcare #happyfathersday

05/29/2019

#toothpain #severepain #dontwait #extractions #rootcanals #myfamilydentalcare

Why wait until it really hurts?

The unbearable pain you have in your jaw area or significant tooth is a serious red flag warning that something is wrong!

There’s a good chance that if you go to bed with tooth pain, it’s going to be there in the morning.
Even if it is a minor pain, it’s not going to stay ‘minor’ for long! Tooth pain is usually an indication of an existing tooth or mouth problem. The longer the underlying problem persists, the worse it will become. The worse it becomes, the worse the pain becomes!

If you feel pain in a specific tooth, you may have a cavity. Temperature sensitivity could be a sign of a cavity or a more serious problem involving the nerve. It’s also possible that an infection in your gums is the source of your pain. No matter what pain you have, the only way to relieve it is by treating its source. That’s just as true for toothaches as it is for everything else. Scheduling an dental appointment is the best way to get lasting relief fast.

05/28/2019

#diabetes #oralhealth #periodontal #myfamilydentalcare
If you suffer from diabetes, you must be aware of new research findings on the relationship between diabetes and periodontal disease. Find out what you can do to protect your health and your smile.

Uncover the Truth about Diabetes and Oral Health Problems
There is a dangerous connection between diabetes and teeth. Research shows that people with diabetes run a greater risk of periodontal disease, which is the most serious stage of gum disease. This severe form of gum disease can be extremely painful and can do damage to your gums and bones. And if your diabetes isn’t under control, you are much more inclined to develop major dental issues, such as:
Swollen, red, tender gums
- Bleeding gums
- A fungal infection called thrush
- Dry mouth, which occurs you have very little saliva
- Tooth loss
- Bone loss
- Prevent Problems with Diabetes and Teeth
Knowing the dental dangers of diabetes and periodontal disease, you have to be pro-active about managing your health. Luckily, there are many things you can do to protect yourself from problems. Try these helpful tips to maintain your dental health:
- Control your blood glucose level.
- Maintain good dental habits at home, including brushing your teeth at least twice a day and flossing on a daily basis.
- Visit your dentist at least twice a year. You may need to go more often if you’ve had a history of diabetes and oral health issues.
- Stop smoking.
- Monitor your mouth for any dental issues.
- If you experience any oral problems, call your dentist immediately

05/27/2019

#memorialday #myfamilydentalcare #philadelphia #mydentist #dentistryinphiladelphia
Happy Memorial Day!

05/08/2019

DENTURES VS IMPLANTS #KEEPYOURFACE #FIXITNOWFORGOOD #DENTURES #IMPLANTS

IMPLANTS

OPTIMAL STANDARD FOR TOOTH REPLACEMENT
AN INVESTMENT THAT LASTS A LIFETIME
HELPS PRESERVE BONE QUALITY AND QUALITY
WORKS AND FEELS LIKE YOUR OWN NATURAL TEETH
STRONG AND STABLE- NO SLIPPAGE
NO NEED FOR DENTURE CREAMS OR ADHESIVES
PROVIDES FIRM SUPPORT OF FACIAL STRUCTURE (LIPS AND CHEEKS)
SHOULD NOT EVER NEED REPLACEMENT OR REPAIRS

DENTURES

OLD TECHNOLOGY- THE LAST RESORT
LEAST EXPENSIVE OPTION INITIALLY
DECREASED BONE QUANTITY AND QUALITY
DON’T FEEL OR FUNCTION LIKE YOUR OWN NATURAL TEETH
UNSTABLE AND UNRELIABLE
DENTURE ADHESIVES AND CREAMS OFTEN NEEDED
SUPPORT OF FACIAL STRUCTURE DECREASES QUICKLY
EVENTUALLY HAVE TO BE RECONSTRUCTED AND ALIGNED

04/26/2019

#teachyourkids #teachyourchildrenwell #oralhealth #parentsmakeadifference
Teaching responsibility is something parents are committed to.
Set the stage for your children to include Oral Health as a common routine goal to follow.
It is one more ‘gem’ to pass down to them so they can be successful and have a happy life!

04/22/2019

GIVE A KID A SMILE DAY IN LORETTO!
#giveakidasmileday #lorettodentalspecialty #myfamilydentalcare #pedoinphila #pedoinlancaster #gakas https://youtu.be/AYvGIXKDb7s

04/21/2019

HAPPY EASTER FROM YOUR DENTIST OFFICE TEAM!

04/20/2019

#raceforracism #ywca #lancaster #lanscasterdentlalarts #april27th

04/19/2019

When food remains on the teeth, it is consumed by bacteria that are naturally present in the mouth. The bacteria then converts the food into acid, which contributes to the production of plaque, or a sticky substance that clings to the teeth. The acids in plaque will harm the enamel of the tooth, creating cavities.

Tooth decay is a serious problem and can ultimately lead to infection, pain, and loss of teeth. You should begin teaching healthy brushing habits once the first tooth appears in your child’s mouth. Children under two years of age should not be left alone with toothpaste, and an adult should assist with tooth brushing until they reach the age of six.

04/16/2019

A periodontal abscess is a pocket of pus in the tissues of the gum.
It looks like a small red ball pushing out of the swollen gum.
An abscess can occur with serious gum disease (periodontitis),
which causes the gums to pull away from the teeth.
Brush and floss every day, and have regular dental checkups.
Eat a healthy diet, and avoid sugary foods and drinks.
Do not smoke or use spit to***co. To***co use slows your ability to heal.
It also increases your risk for gum disease and cancer of the mouth and throat.
If you need help quitting, talk to your doctor about stop-smoking programs and medicines.
These can increase your chances of quitting for good.

04/14/2019

#gakas #giveakidasmileday #lorettomultispecialty #loretto

04/13/2019

#oralhealth #toothloss #oralcancer #ncd

04/10/2019

#worldoralhealth #scorebycountry #worldoralhealth #usisnumber9 #dentistinphiladelphia
*COUNTRIES WHOSE CITIZENS HAVE HEALTHY TEETH*
HOW ARE THE COUNTRIES RANKED?
1. Denmark
In the top spot, with an impressive score of 0.4, is Denmark. The score reveals that of all the people surveyed and checked, the average citizen had less than half a tooth that needed attention or had problems. Those are some clean, pristine pearly whites!
2. Germany
Thanks to a super-low score of just 0.5 on the DMFT index, Germany lands second place on our list. The people of this nation have superior dental health care and are conscientious about their personal oral hygiene routines.
3. Finland
Finland seizes third place on the list, with a stellar score of 0.7 thanks to quality dental care available throughout the nation.
4. Sweden
With a DMFT score of 0.8, Sweden scores a spot among the top five. Its citizens have some of the cleanest, whitest, straightest teeth in the world.
5. United Kingdom
The U.K. shares an identical DMFT score with Sweden, making it into the top five as well. This score is particularly interested because of the old (now untrue) stereotype of British citizens with bad teeth.
6. Switzerland
Not surprisingly, Switzerland scored high thanks to its advanced medical and dental programs. Its DMFT score was 0.9, which means that the average citizen included in the DMFT survey had less than one tooth that had issues.
7. Canada
Canada sits in seventh place with an excellent score of 1.0. It ranks above the United States in this area of its healthcare provisions. Not only did the country receive a good DMFT score— there are also studies and reports that showcase its population’s teeth as some of the whitest and straightest in the world.
8. Mexico
Mexico’s budget isn’t an ample one, but its dental care system seems to be effective. Mexico manages a 1.1 DMFT score.
9. United States
You might expect the United States to sit near the top of the list. Its score of 1.2 is excellent compared to those of other nations in the world, but there are other countries that simply achieve better statistics when it comes to oral care.
10. France
France has a DMFT score of 1.2, which is fairly good. Its score was actually equal to the United States, but due to some additional factors, including a diminished healthcare budget, France takes a lower spot. While it isn’t doing quite as well as the other nations on this list, it is still sitting securely in the top 10.

04/09/2019

#putoutthecigarette #oralcancer #agingmouth #poororalhealth #whyruinyoursmile

04/08/2019

#smilesarecontagious #dentistinphiladelphia #myfamilydentalcare #asmilefeelsgood

04/07/2019

#ouch #thathurts #enamel #icecream

04/06/2019

#oralhealthisnow #cardio #seriousoralhealth #riskswithoralhealth

04/05/2019

#dentistappointments #oralhealthisimportant #keepallyourteeth #protectyoursmile
Ignoring your Dentist's treatment plan is like eliminating your Smile!

04/04/2019

#babyteeth #babies #toothaches #crankybaby #babycantsleep #infants #sleepnessnights
Your Child's baby teeth are just as important!

04/04/2019

#soda #softdrinks #drinkwater #toothdecay #saynotopop #nomorecavities
Remove Soft drinks from you and your children's lives-
Practice good Oral health with good habits for a successful life!

01/31/2019

G O T F L O S S ?
#gotfloss #takingoutthegarbage #badbreath #dentistinphiladephia #http://bit.ly/2HOd0rV
Flossing is a tedious task and there are a lot of us who just don’t bother, and some recent facts suggest:
The first nationally representative analysis designed to determine how many people floss their teeth, found that those who floss daily amount to about 30 percent of the population. Just over 37 percent report less than daily flossing, and slightly over 32 percent say they never floss.
Wow! That’s just crazy! There are so many other topics of healthcare, fitness, and bad habits etc. out there that everyone is always yammering about, but this subject looks like something that is severely neglected! But don’t take my word for it. Let’s just take a look at some clear details of this topic.
This is a rather raw version of the truth, but when you eat, food gets lodged in between your teeth and gums. You say, “Hey I brush my teeth everyday”; well that’s great, but it doesn’t get rid of trapped food that will soon become a haven for bacteria growth just after 24 hours.
It’s no different then the table scraps that you discard into your garbage can as you complete your routine clean-up in the kitchen after every meal.
What happens to that food that is thrown away? Well it joins the rest of the garbage and now will rot and produce massive amounts of hideous bacteria that will soon inherit a very unattractive ‘stench’ that gets worse as the days go by. The garbage just keeps piling up until you take it out to the curb to be picked up by a very noisy vehicle in the early hours of the morning.
So with your teeth, unless you floss on a daily basis, you are doing nothing more than ‘hoarding’ your own garbage, and you continue to go from day to day as it rots as well.
Hmmm, could that possibly cause ‘bad breath’? You betcha! And depending on how long you go without flossing, you have been doing nothing more that mixing the new garbage with the old. I think you get the picture. So when it comes to taking out the garbage, YOU are the ‘garbage man’. That’s right. You can prevent all of this from happening!
Just think next time you walk up to some folks and deliver your big ‘Hello’. You have probably been including something you didn’t intend to offer. A foul stench that won’t soon be forgotten! You can use floss, use an oral irrigator, or interdental brushes. Remember, you are just taking a few moments to get rid of leftover food particles so you aren’t taking out the ‘Garbage’ because someone has alerted you of your fowl breath! Flossing is a preventative measure to keep your mouth healthy and odor free!
I can say, “I floss everyday”. Others who do not say anything, well, you know the drill.

01/31/2019

#teethcleaning #preventativecare #brushingyourteeth #dentistinphiladelphia http://bit.ly/2AY3BrO

Sounds routine, right?
Most people associate going to the Dentist for things like a new filling, a root canal, an implant, or maybe even braces.
Sure these are all very important services that only a Dentist can perform, but a ‘Teeth Cleaning’ appointment should come first.
There are many people who put off going to the Dentist for years. As long as nothing hurts, everything is ok, right?
Well, not so. There can be all sorts of issues that need attention before other complications will take over. Looking in the mirror won’t tell you everything you need to be aware of.
This appointment is the moment for some valuable consultation and treatment plans to address the issues of preventative care.
Advice on proper brushing techniques, flossing, and most importantly where you stand with what may need attention today!
I found out I was brushing my teeth too hard and my gums are receding. My Dentist explained to me that a gentle brushing technique and a soft bristled brush is the only thing I need. I floss everyday , but now I found out there are also other options that are quite effective such as a Hydrofloss that actually magnetizes the water making it possible to remove a hardened dental plaque called “calculus”. Well now I want to know more about this!
The truth is the only way I’ve come to know any of this, is because I went to my ‘Teeth Cleaning’ appointment. And now I have become a little wiser. Your Dentist can explain everything to you so you’re not spending your time ‘guessing’ and wondering where you stand. Do yourself a favor- Go get your teeth cleaned!

Doylestown Dental Specialty Center

Your search for a specialty dentist in Doylestown ends at Doylestown Specialty Center. At Doylestown Specialty Center our patient’s comfort and dental health are always our top priorities. We aim at providing your family with the finest quality dental healthcare and hygiene in a warm and comforting environment. We understand that each of our patients are unique and so are their dental needs. Our modern state-of-the-art technology combined with traditional values and warmth aims at providing towards each of our patient’s unique requirements.

When you need a specialty dentist in Doylestown, you can count on the skilled and experienced professionals at Doylestown Specialty Center. We strive continuously to improve our quality of care at every level in our group. Our highly qualified dentists and staff make sure that you feel relaxed, invited and while receiving your dental treatment you are also educated on how to keep your teeth healthy for life. Our Doylestown office uses the most modern dental equipments including digital X-rays and VELscope for oral cancer exams.

Our commitment towards the community and continuous efforts to provide the best dental service at affordable prices is what sets us apart. We treat everybody with respect and collaborate to achieve superior customer satisfaction. Our patient’s trust is very important to us. We have always maintained the highest standards in our practice by abiding with the guidelines established by the American Dental Association and Pennsylvania Dental Association. While we focus on your current dental need we also look forward to serving your family in the future.

Call us today and schedule your appointment.

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4259 W Swamp Rd, Ste 104 A
Doylestown, PA
18902

Opening Hours

Tuesday 9:30am - 6:30pm
Wednesday 9:30am - 4:30pm
Thursday 9:30am - 3pm
Friday 9am - 3pm
Saturday 9am - 2pm
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