Dentists Near Wood-Ridge, NJ

As one of our closest neighbors, patients from Wood-Ridge have sought us out for their dental care. Tucked away on the south side of Lodi from Valley Blvd and Main St, the town of Wood-Ridge is less than a 5 minute car ride from our office.

What Our Patients Are Saying…

Dr. Liao is great!! He is very informative and made sure you are comfortable every time you are in his clinic. The clinic is very clean and the staff are amazing!
Steffi M
Dental Associates of Lodi
147 Main Street, 2nd Floor Lodi, NJ 07644 Click for Directions
PHONE Tel: 862-247-8030 | Fax: 862-247-8032
HOURS 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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Dentists Near Wood-Ridge, NJ

Frequently Asked Questions

What does restorative dentistry mean?

Restorative dentistry refers to dental procedures that repair the structure of a damaged or decayed tooth, restoring its function and health. Crowns, dental fillings, inlays, and onlays are considered restorative treatments. Dentures, dental implants, and bridges, which are used to replace missing teeth, are often considered restorative as well.

How much is a dental crown?

The cost of a dental crown in Wood-Ridge, NJ depends on the tooth being crowned and the material being used to fabricate the crown. Metal alloy crowns are the least expensive option, while porcelain crowns are the most expensive.

Can you have two teeth on a bridge?

Yes, bridges can support one, two, three, four, and even more pontics, or replacement teeth, as long as there are sufficient remaining teeth or dental implants to serve as abutments.

What is the downside of dental implants?

The placement of dental implants is a surgical procedure with the same risks as any other surgery: infection, injury to surrounding tissue, and nerve damage. Depending on the type of dental implant restoration you choose, you may need to account for some downtime and missed work; you may also need to have bone grafting and other procedures prior to your implant surgery. The most significant downside for most patients is the cost involved, but the overwhelming majority of patients with dental implants are thrilled with the results and have successful outcomes.

Can your body reject a dental implant?

Dental implants are made with a biocompatible material, but very rarely, a patient may have an unknown allergy to the metal used in dental implants which can result in rejection.

How long do you have to wait to get dentures after teeth are pulled?

You will be given immediate dentures after your teeth are pulled. This is a temporary restoration meant only to last until your permanent dentures are ready to be fitted, typically six to eight weeks after a tooth extraction.

What age should a child go to the dentist?

Your child’s first visit to the dentist should be within six months of the eruption of their first tooth or by one year of age, whichever comes first. It’s important to establish a relationship between doctor, patient, and parent at a young age so children know what to expect from dental visits.

How long should a dental cleaning take?

Most dental cleaning appointments take between 30 to 60 minutes. The more plaque and stains you have on your teeth, the longer you can expect the cleaning to take.

Will dental implants stop bone loss?

Yes, one of the biggest advantages to choosing dental implants is that they can prevent and even reverse bone loss in the jaw by encouraging the growth of new bone through the osseointegration process. The result is a stronger bite and a more youthful appearance.

Can you get an implant years after extraction?

Of course! Many patients get dental implants years after extraction or tooth loss. If you’ve been without teeth for a while, you may need to have bone grafting prior to your dental implant surgery. Grafting is a minimally invasive procedure that is quite successful in strengthening the jaw so it can support dental implants.