Welcome to Our Chester Dental Blog
One way that the office of Walter D. Felton, DDS wants to help our Chester patients is by providing between-visit information through our new dental blog. You’ll find valuable dental tips, the latest news on dental technology, and timely information on smile care. As always, if you have any questions about your dental care or if you need to make an appointment, call us at 804-717-2099.
For the first installment of our new blog, we’d like to acquaint you with our practice by detailing a few of the ways our dental care is different from what you may have experienced in the past.
Our Comprehensive Treatment Makes Good Dentistry Simple
We offer so many dental services at Walter D. Felton, DDS that you won’t have to worry about going to any other dentist office. Below is just a small sample of the treatments available to you and your family:
- Cosmetic dentistry like Invisalign, dental veneers, teeth whitening, and much more.
- Implant dentistry to replace missing teeth for a beautiful smile and less stress in your life.
- Restorative dentistry to repair teeth damaged from decay, disease, or injury.
- General dentistry like cleanings, exams, gum disease treatment, custom athletic mouthguards, fluoride treatments, and more.
The list could go on and on, but we think you get the idea. With Walter D. Felton, DDS as your one dentist office for the entire family, you’ll save time, money, and hassle.
Patients Love Our Comfort Amenities
To help us stand out from the pack, we make your dental care as comfortable as possible. Our office space is modern, yet it offers many homey touches to help it feel less “medical.” Our cozy fireplace may even make you forget you’re not reclining in your living room!
Once we bring you back, you can slide into one of our comfortable chairs with lumbar support for your back. Feel free to nestle under a warm blanket or ask for one of our soft pillows. Plus, there’s always bottled water available if you want.
Technology Ensures Accurate Dental Care
Our dentists and staff use a variety of advanced tools to make sure your treatment is accurate, comfortable, and quick. Low-radiation digital X-rays give us clearer pictures of your teeth, bones, and nerves than traditional X-rays do. Plus, they emit far less radiation, which lessens any risk to your health.
Intraoral cameras fit into tight spaces in your mouth to give us an up-close look. You can watch along on the monitor as we check your teeth and gums for any problem areas that need special attention.
We hope you’ve enjoyed this edition of our dental blog. Call us today at 804-717-2099 to schedule your next visit or if you have any questions!