12109 Centennial Station, Warminster, PA
At our office, we believe that prevention is the best cure! When it comes to providing high-quality pediatric and family dentistry, Dr. Bichefsky and his team have been a cornerstone of excellence in the Warrington, PA community for more than 30 years! We understand that our patients expect to be treated with kindness, compassion, and personalized care, and that’s what you can expect each time you visit our office.
There are times when it is necessary to remove a tooth. Sometimes a baby tooth has misshapen or long roots that prevent it from falling out as it should, and the tooth must be removed to make way for the permanent tooth to erupt. At other times, a tooth may have so much decay that it puts the surrounding teeth at risk of decay, so the doctor may recommend its removal. Infection, orthodontic correction, or problems with a wisdom tooth can also require removal of a tooth.
When it is determined that a tooth needs to be removed, we may extract the tooth during a regular checkup or may request another visit for this procedure. While this procedure is typically very quick, it is important to share with the doctor any concerns or preferences for sedation
Regular exams are an important part of maintaining your child's oral health. During your child's regular exam, we will:
Check for any problems that may not be seen or felt
Look for cavities or any other signs of tooth decay
Inspect the teeth and gums for gingivitis and signs of periodontal disease
Perform a thorough teeth cleaning
Your child's exam will take about 45 minutes. Each regular exam includes a detailed teeth cleaning, in which we will clean, polish, and rinse the teeth to remove any tartar and plaque that have built up on the tooth's surface.
Visiting our office in Warrington, PA every six months gives you the chance to talk to the doctor about any questions you may have about your child's oral health. Regular exams are offered by appointment only, so please contact our practice today to schedule your child's next dental exam and teeth cleaning.
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Dr Bichefsky was incredible. My son had an emergency and I called the office. They told me to bring him into the office and they would take care of him as soon as he got there. When we arrived at thee office we were taken into the back where Dr Bichefsky took care of my son immediately...Lisa A.
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Great dentist & staff. The dentist and his entire staff were very friendly and extremely caring. This was my first experience with Dr. Bichefsky and his staff and I will definitely recommend them to everyone I know!... Horace D.
Fluoride is effective in preventing cavities and tooth decay and in preventing plaque from building up and hardening on the tooth’s surface. A fluoride treatment in a dentist’s office takes just a few minutes. After the treatment, your child may be asked not to rinse, eat, or drink for at least 30 minutes in order to allow the teeth to absorb the fluoride. Depending on your child's oral health or the doctor’s recommendation, a fluoride treatment may be required every three, six, or 12 months.
Traditional dental restoratives, or fillings, may include gold, porcelain, or composite. Newer dental fillings include ceramic and plastic compounds that mimic the appearance of natural teeth. These compounds, often called composite resins, are typically used on the front teeth where a natural appearance is important. There are two different kinds of fillings: direct and indirect. Direct fillings are fillings placed directly into a prepared cavity in a single visit. Indirect fillings generally require two or more visits. These fillings include inlays, and veneers fabricated with ceramics or composites.