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DIAGNOdent Finds Hidden Decay Early
DIAGNOdent is a small laser instrument that scans your teeth for hidden decay that can develop beneath the hard surface enamel of your teeth. Early detection of problems minimizes the expenses related to major tooth repair.
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Our satisfied patients are always our best advertising. Read what some of them have to say about the positive changes that great dentistry has made in their lives.
Dental Care for Diabetics
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Experienced Newton Area Cosmetic Dentistry
Would you like to fix your smile, but think it takes too much time or is too expensive. At Makefield Dental Associates we provide affordable, quality tooth-colored composite fillings, Lumineers™-like materials for veneers, natural-looking porcelain dental crowns and bridges and tooth bonding. We'll work with your schedule, and also work to make your important dental care affordable.
Dr. Jeffrey Sibner is the gentle Newton area cosmetic dentist you've been looking for. Fill out the form here on our website, or call us today at (215) 945-8222. Our friendly staff will be happy to schedule an appointment with Dr. Sibner where you can learn about all of your options.
If you're looking for a highly-trained cosmetic dentist in Bucks County you've come to the right place. Dr. Sibner offers cosmetic dentistry Bucks County residents depend on for the highest quality dental care.
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Makefield Dental Associates, 333 North Oxford Valley Road, Suite 106, Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania 19030 - (215) 945-8222
Dr. Jeffrey A Sibner
A Healthy Diet Makes a Healthy Smile!
For healthy teeth and gums, eat a balanced diet and limit between-meal snacks. Go easy on sugary treats!
How Old Is Your Toothbrush?
Replace your toothbrush every 3 or 4 months, or sooner if the bristles are frayed. A worn toothbrush won't do a good job of cleaning your teeth.