General Dentistry

General Dentistry

Because your smile is our passion.

At Chestnuthill Dental, we are in the business of creating healthy smiles that make our patients feel proud. We encourage patients to adhere to a daily oral hygiene regimen to lower their risk of developing cavities, gum disease, and other dental health issues. But sometimes, you can do everything right, yet still may need treatments to save a bad or damaged tooth. That is why we offer general dental services to restore your smile so that it is as good as new again.

What We Offer

Take a look at our general dental services below

Teeth Cleaning

Professional dental cleanings are necessary to remove stuck-on tartar buildup from your teeth.

Dental Fillings

Our tooth-colored composite fillings are ideal for repairing tooth decay or small areas of damage. The material blends with your natural tooth enamel so that it is undetectable by others when you smile.

Mouth Guards

We can treat bruxism by prescribing a comfortable, customized mouthguard to protect your teeth from the devastating results of this disorder.


Dental implants are great for replacing single missing teeth but can also replace multiple teeth or even all of the teeth on a single dental arch.


Achieving a brighter, whiter smile can help you feel more confident and gives off a good first impression to others.

Tooth Extraction

The dentist may recommend an extraction under careful consideration and only after a thorough exam that includes x-rays.

Why Choose Us

Caring for all your family’s dental needs.

Maintain a Healthy Smile with Our Comprehensive General Dentistry Services.


Frequently Ask Questions

Answers to Common Questions About Our Dental Services

A: It is recommended to have a dental check-up and cleaning every six months to maintain optimal oral health, prevent tooth decay, and detect any issues early.

A: Good oral hygiene practices, including daily brushing with fluoride toothpaste, flossing, using mouthwash, and regular dental check-ups, can help prevent cavities and maintain healthy teeth.

A: Dental X-rays help your dentist detect issues that may not be visible during a regular oral examination, such as cavities between teeth, impacted teeth, or bone loss due to gum disease.

Your first dental visit typically lasts around 90 minutes This appointment allows the dentist to perform a comprehensive oral examination, take any necessary X-rays, discuss your dental history and concerns, and provide a professional cleaning. However, the duration may vary depending on your specific dental needs and any additional treatments or consultations that may be required.

A: Symptoms of gum disease include red, swollen, or bleeding gums, persistent bad breath, loose teeth, and receding gums. Regular dental check-ups can help detect and treat gum disease in its early stages.

A: Root canal treatment is a procedure that involves removing the infected or damaged pulp from a tooth to save it from extraction. It may be necessary if you have severe tooth decay, an infection, or a cracked tooth that affects the pulp.

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