Prescott AZ Dentist Dental Implants Family Dentistry Services Launched

Prescott, Arizona dental office Prescott Dental Arts updated its services to provide high-quality general, family, restorative and cosmetic dental solutions for patients of all ages.

Prescott, United States - February 16, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Prescott Dental Arts, a dental office based in Prescott, Arizona, announced an updated range of dentistry services for patients looking for high-quality dental implants, cosmetic dentistry, and family dental treatments. The office works with a team of licensed and certified dental experts to guarantee high standards of quality and patient satisfaction.

More information can be found at https://prescottdentalarts.com.

Regular dental checkups are essential for optimal oral and dental health – however, according to recent studies, more than one in two Americans fail to see their dentists at least the recommended once a year, with the most frequently cited reasons being fear of dentists and lack of time.

Prescott Dental Arts strives to create a positive, comfortable environment for patients of all ages, from children aged three and above to seniors.

The Prescott dental office is available for full dental implants placed on durable titanium posts. With multiple options available, depending on the needs of each patient, the office offers flexible solutions to help its patients regain the function of their lost teeth, including the popular teeth-in-a-day procedure.

A full range of cosmetic dentistry services is also available, Prescott Dental Arts offering everything from routine cleaning and teeth whitening to cosmetic crowns, porcelain veneers and various others.

With the recent update, the dental office continues to diversify its range of services for patients in Prescott and the surrounding areas.

Prescott Dental Arts is led by Dr. David Herbert, a dentist and dental surgery expert with extensive experience in cosmetic, restorative and general dentistry.

With a perfect 5-star rating out of more than 270 reviews, Prescott Dental Arts has a strong reputation as one of the area’s best dental offices.

A satisfied client said: “I have been going here for more than 25 years. The staff is always courteous and professional and Dr. Herbert, who took over several years ago from Dr. Crockett, is excellent. I’ve never had a problem with any work he has done. They are kind and gentle so I never fear having pain when I go there for cleaning, cavities or crowns. The office is very efficient and communicates exceptionally well.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr David Herbert
Organization: Prescott Dental Arts
Address: 1787 Willow Creek Rd, Prescott, Arizona 86301, United States
Phone: +1-928-445-8980
Website: https://prescottdentalarts.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 483003

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