Dentistry in Brooklyn

Our new dentistry department offers many reasons to smile: comprehensive dental care that includes cosmetic dentistry, emergency dental services, plus a gentle dentist for children. If you are looking for a Medicaid dentist, you have come to the right place. You’ll be pleased to know that we accept all Medicaid HMO dental plans and we welcome new dental patients.

We provide thorough dental exams and cleanings by our registered dental hygienist, preventive dental care, fillings and repairs, basic extractions and gum treatment when necessary to treat advanced gum disease.

How we help

Your family’s dental health is just as important as your medical health, and gum treatment, including gum surgery, is critical to oral health. In the past decade, researchers have established a strong link between gum disease and potentially life-threatening health emergencies such as heart attack and stroke. Bacteria from your mouth can easily circulate and infect other bodily systems where they can cause major problems. That’s why our experienced dental team provides prevention and gum treatment and management for gum disease, including oral cancer screenings, thorough dental exams and regular cleanings to help you maintain the best possible oral health.

Discover complete dentistry for all your family’s oral health needs. Call LaSante Health Center at 718.246.5700 or use our convenient Request an Appointment form. We welcome patients from Brooklyn, East Flatbush, Flatbush, Park Slope, Prospect Lefferts Garden and nearby areas.

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