General Dentistry

Serving Greater Philadelphia, including Ardmore, Bryn Mawr, & Newtown Square.

Gum Disease Linked to Alzheimer’s

Maintaining great oral health is more important than you might think. Existing research shows a relationship between gum disease and other serious health conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and strokes. Now, a new study has emerged with additional evidence to support the link between periodontitis and an incurable, progressive disease: Alzheimer’s.

Why Are My Teeth Sensitive? | Newtown Square Family Dentistry

Tooth sensitivity can be a nuisance, causing pain when consuming something hot or cold. This sensitivity occurs because something has caused the tooth's enamel to wear down or gums to recede, exposing tiny microscopic tubes that are located beneath the layer of enamel. If you are experiencing tooth sensitivity we recommend making an appointment with Dr. Bellisario by calling 610-642-7024 to assure that it is not related to tooth decay or a cavity.

Ways to Improve Your Smile

Your smile is one of the first things that others notice about you. If your natural teeth leave you feeling less confident than you’d like, it’s time to take a closer look at cosmetic dentistry. With a full range of options from basic whitening to full tooth replacement, there’s a treatment for everyone. To schedule a cosmetic dentistry consultation, please contact Newtown Square cosmetic dentist Dr. Jeffrey Bellisario at today.

Enhancing Your Familys Dental Health

Your family deserves the very best, and dental health is no different. From regular cleanings to specialized orthodontic treatments, each member of your family has unique needs that a skilled family dentist can meet. Whether you’re coming in for the twentieth time or bringing your child in for his or her first, we’re happy to serve the whole family. To schedule an appointment for yourself or for any member of your family, please contact Havertown family dentist Dr.

4 Tips for Your Next Dental Cleaning

Havertown family dentist, Dr. Jeffrey Bellisario knows how important your lifelong dental care is. Regularly scheduled, frequent trips to our family dentistry are vital, but there are many things you can do at home to keep your teeth sound, healthy, and looking sharp.

Even the most stringent oral care regimen can leave food particles hanging around between your teeth and gums. Flossing is  the best way to remove these tiny particle scraps, but if you are not combining this habit with other basic oral hygiene procedures; it won't work.