Brighton, New York

Park Dental Associates

Park Dental Associates

880 Westfall Rd., Ste C
Rochester, NY 14618
(585) 473-4320
Park Dental Associates, Dentists, Health and Beauty, Rochester, New York

As one of the first things people notice about you, your teeth are a priority. Maintaining good oral hygiene allows you to showcase a bright, shining smile to the world. A quality dentist is important to help keep your teeth and gums healthy. The dentist at Park Dental Associates in Rochester, NY, will help instill healthy oral hygiene habits in you and your family that are easy to incorporate into your everyday lives.

At Park Dental Associates, they understand having a healthy smile is more than just cosmetic. That’s why their dentist and hygienists work hard to provide the excellent service your family needs to feel great and stay healthy. Offering a wide variety of services, ranging from preventative, restorative, cosmetic and even periodontal treatment, you can feel good knowing their staff has the knowledge and technology handle any oral treatment you or a loved one might require. 

In addition to general services, such as exams, cleanings, fillings and crowns, Park Dental Associates also handles a large variety of specialty dentistry services including:

  • Endodontics
  • Restorations and reconstruction
  • Oral cancer screenings
  • Bite disorders
  • Pediatric dentistry

Whether you’re looking for routine oral maintenance or something more serious, their family oriented atmosphere, gentle staff and revolutionary solutions to the overall oral care of you and your family gives you a dental office your family will be happy to visit.

You can rest easy knowing your mouth is in good hands when you book an appointment with Park Dental Associates. To speak to the dentist or to schedule an appointment, call (585) 473-4320 today. For a comprehensive list of services, visit them online.

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