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Our Morristown dentists are happy to assess your teeth and create crowns in our office during your appointment!

Teeth Grinding/Bruxism/TMJ Pain

Do you grind your teeth? Our dentists offer treatment for bruxism and TMJ pain in Morristown. Call us to schedule an appointment today.

The staff at Dental Care of Morristown is very professional, knowledgeable and courteous. They provide excellent customer service. I highly recommend them.

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Your Dentist in Morristown, NJ, 07960

Looking for a dentist near you? Our Morristown dentists offer comprehensive dental care for the entire family, from routine cleanings to restorative dental implants. With state-of-the-art technology like our CEREC machine and digital x-rays, our Morristown dental office is equipped to provide safe and effective care across all aspects of dentistry. So whether you’d like to prevent tooth decay or whiten your smile, you can count on Dental Care of Morristown to get the job done. Our staff is committed to helping each patient take charge of their oral well-being. We do this by providing exceptional dental care. At Dental Care of Morristown, we don’t just want to take care of your smile; we go above and beyond to make sure that you leave our dental office with improved well-being and overall health. We welcome residents from all corners of Morristown, NJ, and beyond. Are you looking for a trusted, family-friendly, privately owned multi-specialty dental office that will exceed all your expectations? If so, contact Dental Care of Morristown to book your appointment today!

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Dr. Pavi Banav

Dr. Pavi Banav

Dr. Pavi Banav is the proud owner of Dental Care of Morristown. She has many years of experience serving the…

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Dr. Frey

Dr. Frey

Dr. Kathryn Frey is a general dentist, originally from North Andover, MA. Working at her father’s Orthodontic office growing up,…

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Dr. Shah

Dr. Shah

Dr. Sheetal Shah is a passionate and dedicated dentist committed to delivering exceptional dental care. She graduated from the University…

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How often should I see the dentist?

It's best to visit the dentist every 6 months for a checkup and cleaning. If you have a dental issue, your dentist might recommend coming in more often. Regular visits help keep your teeth healthy and catch any problems early.

What should I do in a dental emergency?

If you have a dental emergency, get help right away. Visit the nearest emergency dental room if you have severe pain, bleeding, or a broken tooth. Don't wait, as delaying treatment can make things worse.

What should I consider when choosing a dentist?

Look for a dentist who has the right skills and expertise for your needs. It's also important to find someone who listens to your concerns and has a personality you feel comfortable with. Consult internet reviews to get further information about the clinic prior to finalizing your selection.

Is it a problem if I have a missing tooth?

Yes, having a missing tooth can make your smile look uneven and cause difficulties with chewing and speaking. Various options exist for replacing a lost tooth, including dental implants, bridges, or dentures. Talk to your dentist to find out which option is best for you.

How can I improve my dental health?

Brush your teeth at least twice a day, floss daily, and reduce sugary snacks and drinks to prevent cavities. Also, quit smoking if you smoke, and visit every 6 months for checkups and cleanings.

Why are my gums bleeding?

The accumulation of plaque and germs around the teeth and gumline over time causes gum disease, which may be indicated by bleeding gums.

Why are my teeth sensitive to cold?

Teeth sensitivity to cold may be due to enamel erosion, gum recession, or tooth decay. It could also indicate a cracked tooth, worn filling, or teeth grinding. See a dentist for diagnosis and treatment.

How often should you replace your toothbrush?

It would help if you replaced your toothbrush every 2-3 months or before the bristles get worn out.

Why do I need Dental X-Rays?

Dental X-rays help dentists detect cavities, bone loss, and other hidden issues and aid in planning treatments like fillings, extractions, and orthodontics. Regular X-rays are important to maintain good oral health and prevent serious dental problems.

What payment options are available for dental health treatments?

There are various payment options for dental treatments, including cash, credit cards, and dental financing plans. Get in touch with our office for more information on payment options and insurance coverage.

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