Dental Concerns Philadelphia, PA

Dr. Derek Conover, Dr. Pamela Doray, and our dental care team have experience addressing patients’ oral health concerns. Treating a dental problem early can often mean that conservative treatment will be effective and can avoid more complex problems down the road.

Our doctors recommends routine preventive dental care visits to allow us to spot any dental concerns at the earliest stages of development. Our staff is highly trained to discover underlying issues and recommend the appropriate treatment.

Treating Common Dental Concerns in Philadelphia

Dr. Conover and Dr. Doray are experienced and highly trained dentists with the skillset to address your dental concerns effectively. We take the time to fully understand your oral health and looks for underlying problems that could compromise your dentistry if not addressed properly.

Our goal is to stabilize your dental health and help you enjoy a smile that is healthy and comfortable. If you are experiencing any of these common dental problems, schedule a consultation to find the easiest and most effective treatment option:

treatment for common dental problems in Philadelphia, PA

Missing Teeth

If you are missing teeth from injury, disease, age, tooth extraction, or any other factors, replacing these teeth can greatly improve your appearance and your health. Our doctors offer several options for replacing missing teeth.

Bleeding Gums

Many Americans believe sore or bleeding gums are normal. While it can be caused by aggressive brushing or flossing, your gums should not bleed. In fact, sore or bleeding gums may be a sign of gingivitis or periodontal (gum) disease. Dr. Conover and Dr. Doray are able to diagnose periodontal disease and provide treatment.

Worn/Broken Teeth

Sometimes teeth are worn or broken from injury or an accident. If several of your teeth are worn or broken, however, an underlying condition may be to blame. Dr. Conover and Dr. Doray can diagnose the cause of worn or broken teeth and offer treatment options.

Teeth Grinding

Millions of Americans grind their teeth. While occasional teeth grinding is not harmful, the constant grinding of the teeth can damage the teeth and cause other oral complications. Also known as Bruxism, teeth grinding usually happens during sleep.

Crooked Teeth

Crooked teeth, besides being aesthetically unattractive, also pose oral health problems. Many adults don’t want to wear braces, and Dr. Conover and Dr. Doray offer other options for fixing crooked teeth.

Discolored Teeth

Everyone experiences discolored or yellow teeth at some point in their lifetime. While there are many over-the-counter treatment options for stained teeth, the best treatment is available through a dentist. Dr. Conover and Dr. Doray offer a variety of treatment options, even some that can usually be done in a single visit.