General Dentistry Get A Healthy Smile!
  • New patients receive a free exam & digital X-rays
  • Schedule early, late, or Saturday appointments
  • Receive quality care from award-winning dentists

Improve Your Oral Health With a Reliable Lincroft General Dentist

It doesn’t matter how long it’s been since you’ve seen a general dentist in Lincroft. Our compassionate dental team provides personalized care for patients of all ages. With our preventive care, you will:

  • Improve your oral health and overall well-being
  • Catch problems when they are small to avoid extensive dental treatments
  • Lower your risk for dental problems like gum disease and tooth decay
  • Develop good oral hygiene habits
  • Leave our office with a clean and healthy smile

To keep your whole mouth healthy, contact Newman Springs Dental Care at 732-352-3903 for all your general dentistry needs. We think it’s important that you understand what’s going on in your mouth so you can better understand your treatment options. So your first dental exam, including digital X-rays, is free (a value of $277)!

Feel Confident With Comprehensive Dental Care

When you visit us, our team will greet you with warm smiles and do everything we can to put you at ease. We will listen carefully to any concerns you have to improve your quality of care. Our general dental care includes:

  • Dental Exams – We use digital X-rays to detect signs of decay that would otherwise go unnoticed. We also check for signs of other oral health issues, like gum disease and oral cancer. Exams are so important, your first one is free!
  • Dental Cleanings – We remove all traces of plaque and bacteria from your teeth. Regular cleanings are essential to keeping teeth healthy and cavity-free.
  • Fluoride Varnish – This highly concentrated form of fluoride strengthens your tooth enamel and helps prevent decay.
  • Dental Sealants – Thin coatings of plastic provide a barrier against harmful bacteria when applied to the top surfaces of your teeth.
  • Oral Health Advice – We’ll provide tips for optimum oral health routines so you can do your part at home to maintain your pearly whites.
  • Desensitization Treatments – If your teeth are sensitive to temperature extremes, this treatment can help.
  • Mouthguards – Our dentists can fit you for custom mouthguards to help with several issues, including teeth grinding, headaches, and sleep apnea.

We can also help you relax and relieve your dental anxiety with dental sedation options, including:

  • Inhaled sedation
  • Oral conscious sedation
  • IV sedation

Additionally, no matter why you see us, we’ll use advanced technology, such as same-day crowns with the help of our CEREC machine, to make your appointments smooth and efficient.

Keep your smile beautiful with a great Lincroft general dentist on your side. Call Newman Springs Dental Care at 732-352-3903 for an appointment, or schedule online. You’re sure to appreciate our extended and Saturday hours as well as our comprehensive dental care plan that includes routine checkups, X-rays, and fluoride treatment.

Common Questions About General Dentistry

What are the most common procedures done by a general dentist?

A general dentist will provide several services designed to keep your smile attractive and your mouth healthy. Among these services are dental cleanings and exams, preventive treatments like fluoride applications, dental sealants to prevent cavities, and custom-fit mouthguards to protect your teeth against damage when playing sports or from teeth grinding.

How soon can I eat after a dental cleaning?

It all depends on the type of treatment you receive during your appointment. If our dental team has applied fluoride treatments to your teeth, you’ll want to wait at least 30 minutes before you eat. Otherwise, there’s no reason to wait at all if you’ve had just a regular cleaning and exam. However, many people prefer to wait to eat after their appointment since their teeth and gums may feel a bit sensitive afterward.

How often should I have a cleaning and exam?

The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends you have a cleaning and exam every six months. If you are at risk for oral health issues like gum disease, or have chronic conditions that impact your dental health like diabetes, we may suggest you come in more frequently so we can help you maintain healthy teeth and gums.

Why should I get a dental exam if I’m not in pain?

If you wait until you are in pain, you already have a serious problem. On top of that, not all dental problems cause pain. By getting regular exams, you get the benefit of having dental professionals look at your mouth. We can identify potential problems or catch them in the early stages. That allows us to fix them before you may need expensive and invasive treatments.

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