Shepherdsville, Kentucky

North Bullitt Family Dental

North Bullitt Family Dental

3564 Willow Way
Shepherdsville, KY 40165
502-955-1606
North Bullitt Family Dental, General Dentistry, Health and Beauty, Shepherdsville, Kentucky

Serving the Louisville area, North Bullitt Family Dental in Shepherdsville, KY, utilizes modern dental tools to get you in and out of the office quickly. They understand the importance of efficiency so that you can continue your day with minimum disruption and optimal oral health. 

The services at this practice include periodontal treatment, restorative dentistry — like bonded white fillings, crowns, and bridges — partial dentures, implants, veneers, and extractions.  

At this family dentistry, they use modernized equipment including ultrasonic scalers to ensure the patient's teeth cleaning experience is painless and fast. The ultrasonic scaler is air-driven and removes plaque rapidly from the tooth’s surface. With this technique, appointments require less time. They also use autoclaves to sterilize each instrument. The steam inside the autoclave is heated at extremely high levels to ensure full decontamination. 

Understanding of busy schedules, they provide extended office hours during the workweek for patients and are open some Saturdays. They also have the option to request an appointment online for your convenience. 

If you are looking for compassionate dental care that is done quickly, contact the professionals at North Bullitt Family Dental today by calling (502) 955-1606. You can also visit their website for more information, and visit their gallery for previous dental work they have done.

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