An inviting, comfortable practice for your dental needs
Washington Street Dentistry has been designed with state-of-the-art equipment and technologies for the highest standard of dental care. We are committed to the well-being of our patients, and maintain excellent standards that surpass both OSHA and CDC expectations. Comfort is also important, and we have created an environment that promotes peace of mind for you and your family.
Our practice is open
|Monday and Thursday:||8:00am – 6:00pm|
|Tuesday and Wednesday:||8:00am – 5:00pm|
|Fridays:||8:00am – 1:00pm|
We make every effort to maintain smooth operations throughout the day, so that you are seen on time and returned to your busy day. Our schedule contains provisions for emergency appointments, and we are always happy to serve new patients. To book an appointment at Washington Street Dentistry, contact us by phone or email.
You may print out the necessary patient forms here, so that they may be filled out at home and brought to your appointment.
The practitioners at Washington Street Dentistry participate in most insurance plans, including Medicaid. Our friendly, knowledgeable business assistants can help you determine your benefits, and will submit insurance claims on your behalf. We want our patients to receive the care needed for healthy, beautiful smiles, and devise payment plans as needed for the completion of services. We accept cash, checks, credit cards, and CareCredit.
In order to maintain a smooth schedule and provide appointments to many patients, we request the consideration of 24 hours notice for cancellations. Without this advanced notice, there may be a charge incurred for a missed appointment.
Thank you for choosing Washington Street Dentistry as your dental provider. We look forward to helping you maintain your best smile.
Over the years, this innovative form of x-ray technology has grown to become the new standard of care. Digital x-rays allow us to see tooth structure both above and below the gum line in a computerized image, rather than on a dental film. This technology is both patient and environmentally friendly, emitting 80 percent less radiation, and far fewer chemicals into the environment.
An invaluable diagnostic tool, the intraoral camera allows us to view the different angles in the mouth that previous tools could not obtain. This camera, which is small enough to fit comfortably in the mouth, gives us a full-mouth view right on a digital monitor, allowing us to spot any problems that may be developing. This technology also helps us explain to our patients the dental issues they are facing, as they can view the images of their mouths right along with us. Images from our intraoral camera may also be sent to insurance companies as necessary data for gaining treatment approval.
In the past, dentists detected cavities through x-rays and dental probing. Today, we have the DIAGNOdent to give us accurate, early detection of dental caries. Using laser technology, this diagnostic tool finds cavities when they are still very small, allowing the opportunity for early, conservative treatment.
Most people know endodontics as root canal therapy. This common procedure is performed to remove infection that has affected the pulp of a tooth. The root canal procedure removes the nerves and the pulp of an affected tooth. Rotary endodontics facilitates precision and speed in root canal therapy, so that you are out of the chair faster.