Dentists Near Hasbrouck Heights, NJ

It’s known to locals as simply ‘Heights,’ and has a small-town charm with a boulevard that leads to a vein-like network of residential streets. Hasbrouck Heights is less than 5 minutes away from our office.

What Our Patients Are Saying…

This was the most friendly and understanding staff. I had a strict work schedule though the staff always made sure they got me in to see the doctor, who puts you at ease. I have always had a bad experiences with dentists until coming to Dental Associates of Lodi. I would recommend them for all your dental needs.
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Dental Associates of Lodi
147 Main Street, 2nd Floor
Lodi, NJ 07644
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Tel: | Fax: 862-247-8032
Monday | 9:30am - 3pm
Tuesday | 9:30am - 5pm
Wednesday | 9:30am - 7pm
Thursday | 9:30am - 6pm
Friday | Closed
Every Other Saturday | 8:30am - 1pm
Sunday | Closed

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Dentistry Near Hasbrouck Heights, NJ

Frequently Asked Questions

Can Invisalign ruin your teeth?

Invisalign doesn’t ruin your teeth—by straightening your teeth and correcting bite issues, Invisalign actually makes your teeth healthier and less susceptible to damage or decay. That said, it’s important not to eat with your aligners in and to brush after meals. If food gets stuck in your aligners, it could potentially cause tooth decay.

Is a bridge better than an implant?

Because dental implants restore the tooth both above and below the gum line, they’re always a better option than traditional bridges, which only replace the visible portion of the tooth. Additionally, bridges place stress on the adjacent teeth, while dental implants do not. If you have underlying health conditions that rule out implant surgery, a bridge is a better option for you, but otherwise we recommend choosing a dental implant when possible. If three or more adjacent teeth are missing, consider an implant-supported bridge, which uses two dental implants to support a span of replacement teeth.

Is it worth getting a dental bridge?

It’s always worth replacing missing teeth, whether it’s a dental bridge, dental implants, or dentures. A dental bridge prevents adjacent teeth from drifting into the space left by your missing tooth, which can cause a whole host of dental issues, from crooked teeth to additional tooth loss. Dental bridges also allow you to eat better, speak more clearly, and smile with confidence.

Are you put to sleep for dental implants?

There’s no need for IV sedation or general anesthesia during dental implant surgery. With local anesthetic injections, you will not feel any pain while we work, and we can use nitrous oxide or conscious oral sedation to help you feel calm too. That said, if you’re nervous, have a history of dental phobia, or need extensive work done, our office does provide IV sedation. IV sedation allows you to sleep during your procedure and wake with no memory of it, although technically speaking, you are still conscious.

Can you really get teeth in one day?

Our New Teeth in One Day procedure really does allow you to get teeth in a single day in Hasbrouck Heights, NJ. You’ll leave our office ready to eat your favorite foods and smile with confidence. Also known as All-on-4 dental implants, this option minimizes downtime and discomfort while allowing you to enjoy all the benefits of traditional dental implants.

Do they put you to sleep for dental implants?

Many patients choose to stay awake during their dental implant surgery, preferring to only use local anesthesia to numb the area while we work. That said, we do offer sedation dentistry options for patients who want or need them. We’ll discuss these with you prior to your appointment and help you choose the level of sedation that’s best for you.

What happens if you don’t fill a cavity?

When you don’t fill a cavity, decay will continue to spread within the tooth. Once it reaches the pulp, it can cause a significant amount of pain. Decay in one tooth can also spread to adjacent teeth. When left untreated, the affected tooth will eventually fall out.

How are you sedated for tooth extraction?

Many patients don’t need to be sedated for a tooth extraction. If you would like to receive sedation for a tooth extraction procedure, we offer nitrous oxide, conscious oral sedation, and IV sedation. We’ll go over your options before your appointment.