Baystate Dental of Ludlow
77 Winsor Street, Suite #201, Ludlow, MA 01056
Our team of dedicated general dentists want you to have an enjoyable experience every time you come into our general dental office. Achieve a glowing, pain-free smile for life by scheduling regular appointments.
Your general dentist is the primary dental care provider you will visit the most often. They can help you and your family maintain the overall health of your teeth and gums.
The field of general family dentistry covers a wide range of responsibilities. To maintain the best possible oral health, general dentists can clean and polish teeth, perform regular checkups and exams, and offer advice on the best way to floss and brush your teeth. They can also perform any procedures or treatments needed to repair or strengthen teeth or gum tissue that are diseased.
General dentists perform many different exams, treatments, and procedures that can help you and your family maintain a lifetime of great oral health. The following list includes services provided by our general dentists.
Regular dental appointments every six months are ideal for keeping your teeth healthy for a lifetime. Your dentist may recommend more frequent visits based on your age and overall oral health.
How much you’re expected to pay is based on whether you have dental insurance and which treatment you receive. Contact us to learn more about the price of your visit.
We can help you choose an experienced dental care provider in your area. Call to schedule your first appointment today, and let us help you and your family maintain a lifetime of great oral health.
The total length of your dentist general practice appointment will vary depending on the nature of your visit. If you’re coming in for a follow-up appointment, you can expect to spend about 30 minutes in our office. Treatments and procedures that are more extensive beyond a basic cleaning and checkup may take several hours. The average length of a routine visit is about an hour. To help you make an appointment that fits your schedule, please contact our office for more information.
Whether you’re coming in for a routine visit or a more extensive dental procedure, it’s normal to feel nervous before seeing the dentist. Here are some suggestions to ensure a pleasant visit to our clinic. Give yourself a few minutes to settle in by arriving to your appointment early. We also recommend making a list that includes your current prescriptions and medical conditions, and any questions you might have for the dentist. Please also have your insurance information and form of payment in hand.
Routine dental visits play a major role in maintaining the health of your mouth. During these regular visits, your dentist can quickly spot and treat common dental issues before they develop into serious problems that may require more costly and invasive treatment. Before your tiny cavity progresses into a seriously decayed tooth that requires a root canal or crown to treat, take the first step in preserving the health of your mouth by contacting us to schedule an exam.
Call our office at (413) 241-8991