There are many kinds of dental services that you might need in your lifetime. Our office in Langhorne, PA offers comprehensive dental services beyond restorative and cosmetic dental services. For example, we treat sleep apnea, diagnose and treat TMD / TMJ, surgically place implants, and much more. In fact, few dentists in the Philadelphia area are better equipped, or have the expertise and training, to treat both sleep apnea and TMD / TMJ patients.
"TMJ" stands for temporomandibular joint. In simple terms it’s the joint (actually there are two joints) that connects the jaw to the skull. Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD) occurs when these joints do not work properly, causing any number of medical symptoms often accompanied by considerable pain. Dr. Segal is skilled at treating the symptoms of TMD.
Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea are quite common, affecting millions of people. They can also be life threatening, being associated with a higher risk of strokes and heart attacks. If you even think that you or a loved one may have either, we have the training to treat this condition effectively.
Do you agree that oral health is a key component of a healthy lifestyle? But where can you find the info you need? Here we cover nearly a dozen important oral health topics. And, if you need more information or clarification, you can always reach out to Dr. Segal, Dr. Uzel, or any of our excellent staffers. Here’s to your oral health!
Dental Implants get more popular every year. But what are dental implants, exactly? How are they inserted? And, is everyone a candidate for these great-looking tooth replacements? Most, if not all, of your initial questions will be answered here at our office in Langhorne, PA.
Mention the phrase “dental treatments” and most people think “fillings, dentures, crowns, bridges, braces, and sealants.” But technology allows today’s dental professionals to do things unheard of yesterday, including scaling and root planing, flap surgery, new cosmetic dental procedures, one-day crowns, and much more.
Mouth pain can occur in any number of areas: the teeth, gums, roots, palate, tongue, and jaw. Pain is not fun. But, there are many methods of pain management available to you. Dr. Segal, Dr. Uzel, and our staff members understand all of these methods and will help you choose the best pain management solution from among these.
Emergencies happen. It’s Saturday night and you crack a tooth on an almond. Or a child falls off a bike and hits their mouth on the handlebars. We are here for you. Always.
Please call us to set up an appointment. We welcome your questions and we sincerely look forward to hearing from you. Contact us in a way that’s convenient for you. We can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 215-752-0474.