Seymour, Connecticut

Dr. Thomas Park DDS

Dr. Thomas Park DDS

134 New Haven Rd.
Seymour, CT 06483
(203) 888-9947
Dr. Thomas Park DDS, Cosmetic Dentist, Health and Beauty, Seymour, Connecticut

Periodontal disease (gum disease) affects 75 percent of U.S. adults over the age of 35, according to The American Dental Association. Dentist Dr. Thomas Park is dedicated to providing excellent dental services designed to help treat and prevent periodontal disease. His office is determined to deliver excellent dental care for patients across Seymour, CT, and the surrounding area.

Dr. Park works hard to identify the early sign of gum disease known as gingivitis. In this stage, the bacteria can irritate the gums and cause them to become inflamed and bleed. He will work with you to reduce contributing factors such as poor nutrition, stress, tobacco and excessive alcohol usage in order to promote healthier gums.

In addition to periodontics, Dr. Park offers a wide range of general dentistry services. Patients can take advantage of everything from teeth whitening treatments to root canals. Thinking about restoring your smile? His office is also equipped to handle cosmetic dentistry services including dental implants, dentures and veneers.

His entire staff truly cares about your personal comfort throughout your visit. They work hard to deliver gentle, pain-free dental services. Dr. Park and his hygienists continue to explore new ways to better assist their patients which is why they offer flexible appointment times to make scheduling easier for you and your family.

For the professional dental care you deserve, contact the compassionate and caring dentist Dr. Thomas Park. Call his office today at (203) 888-9947 to schedule an appointment.

Announcements & Events from Dr. Thomas Park DDS
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