Safe, effective dental treatmentsSwampscott, MA
Personalized treatments for every patient
When it comes to protecting your family’s smiles, you can rely on the expertise at Whiting Dental Arts. We’ve cared for North Shore families for nearly 50 years. Our team provides expert dental service, from preventive care and smile maintenance to advanced treatments for tooth infections or gum disease.
Our goal is to provide comfortable dental care that is as painless as possible for all patients.
Dr. Faynzilberg and the Whiting Dental Arts team stay on top of the most advanced tools and techniques to save our patients time and keep their smiles healthy and beautiful.
We use CT scan technology to get the most accurate images of your teeth and jaw, allowing us to target what’s ailing you. Our CEREC System helps us provide flawless dental restorations and implantations — completed the same day as your appointment.
Treatments we offer
All of our procedures and tests are completed in-house on the same day as your appointment. You won’t have to wait long to see results. We’ll take care of all ages with everything in one location and staff who treat you like family.
Some of the treatments we provide every day include:
- Aesthetic makeovers
- Whitening procedures
- Fluoride treatments
- Mouthguard fitting for sports and sleeping
- Dentures: partial and complete
- Aesthetic makeovers
- Emergency dental care
- Root canals
- Surgical implant placement for missing or damaged teeth
- Gum disease care and prevention
- Oral trauma care
- Crowns, bridges, and veneers
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