Dr. Schiavone believes in providing excellent, practical dentistry along with additional cosmetic specialty options for the whole family. He practices fully modern dentistry with only time-tested techniques and equipment to provide safe and effective treatment. We want your smile to last a lifetime!
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and exams can help
We understand how uneasy some patients may feel about their dental visits and work hard to provide a relaxing and positive experience. Our staff can work with you to customize the best plan of action, from routine cleanings to cosmetic dental procedures. We're happy to review any treatments the doctor recommends, submit for insurance estimates upon request, and answer any additional questions you have.
Family Friendly Practice
We offer dental care for the entire family and want you to love our practice. Many happy children leave our office because we make their visit fun and enjoyable (while ensuring they grow a healthy smile).
Not only are we focused on the beauty of your smile, we’re also concerned about your overall health. We strive to stay up to date on current research, including links between your oral health and diabetes, cardiovascular health, respiratory health, and new medical drugs and prescriptions that impact your dental care. Good dental health might reduce many other health risks.
We believe in education and prevention. Routine cleanings, flossing, and fluoride are all helpful in preventing dental disease and helping your overall health. That’s why we focus on thorough exams: checking the overall health of your teeth and gums, performing oral cancer exams and taking x-rays when necessary.
We take safety and cleanliness seriously. Our office is furnished with all new equipment and kept impeccably clean using only accepted infection control standards*. To protect our patients and ourselves, we strictly maintain sterilization and cross contamination processes using standards recommended by the American Dental Association (ADA), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and the Center for Disease Control (CDC).
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your oral health might
impact your chances
of heart disease?