Patient Information
for Gettysburg Dental Associates

My First Visit

We welcome new patients at Gettysburg Dental Associates, and we’re glad you want to become part of our Gettysburg, PA practice. We continuously take on new patients, and we are even happy to welcome your whole household. When you are new to our office, we put in the effort to provide you with a positive and beneficial experience. When you have been with us for a while, you can continue to expect the highest level of service. We focus on providing quality dental care, excellent customer service and a relaxing environment to maintain a lasting patient relationship.

What to Expect Before Your First Visit At Our Gettysburg, PA Office:
In the beginning, we like to provide you with education on our practice and collect information from you. We ask you about your medical history, questions and concerns before you come for your first visit. This way, we can get an idea of your experiences and needs to provide you with the best treatment to fit your unique situation. In addition, we share information with you about finance options, insurance, and specials that help ease the financial burden of dental care. With our flexible schedule and emergency slots left open in our calendar, we can accommodate your busy life and unforeseen problems that come up. Simply call to check on the earliest date we can see you.

Financing & Insurance

Financing options:

We work with all insurance, please call us today so one of our friendly staff members can help you determine your coverage.


What Are The Types of Dental Implants?

If you have been recommended for dental implants you may be overwhelmed with all of the implant choices available. Our team can help you choose which implant works best for you and discuss what your options are.


How Do I Get Rid of Bad Breath?

Many people suffer from chronic bad breath or halitosis. Bad breath is something you do not want to be known for, and typically finding the cause is easy. If you suffer from bad breath but also brush, floss, or gargle each day the cause may not be obvious. Taking the time to figure out the underlying problem that may be causing your bad breath is important, and finding a cure can be simple.


How Long Do Dental Crowns Last?

Crowns are similar to a cap that is placed over a tooth, and are used to save and restore a damaged tooth. Crowns look natural and allow patients to use their tooth again. The color of a crown can also be matched to your natural teeth, and crowns help to make damaged teeth strong again.

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