Ardmore PA Dentist Office

Welcome to the dentist office of Dr. Jeffrey Bellisario and Dr. David Robbins in Ardmore, PA. Dr. Bellisario, Dr. Robbins, and their dental team create a friendly office environment where patients feel confident in their care. Our lead dentist, Dr. Bellisario, has years of experience in cosmetic and restorative treatments. He helps provide customized final restorations to patients with missing and damaged teeth. With Dr. Robbins, Dr. Bellisario creates aesthetically pleasing and fully functional smiles.

We welcome you to explore our website and this page to discover more about our practice and the technology we provide our patients. Our dental team looks forward to meeting you at your next appointment.

Dental Office in Ardmore, Pennsylvania

Comfortable Dental Care

If you or a loved one have dental fear or anxiety, contact our office for accommodation. We want our dental office to be a comfortable space for patients of every age. During routine appointments, patients can bring headphones to help them relax. We also allow patients and their loved ones in the same room for peace of mind.

For pain-free treatment, we use localized anesthetic. The anesthetic numbs the teeth or gums that require treatment. We deliver anesthetic precisely so that patients can receive the dental care they need.

Our Dental Technology

We provide extensive modern dental technologies in our office. Our dentists use this technology to easily diagnose and treat our patients for more comfortable and efficient care:

Digital X-Rays

We use digital radiography to capture X-ray images of the mouth. This technology is much faster and safer than traditional x-rays. With digital x-rays, we can easily view and enhance the images in real-time to diagnose and treat our patients. These detailed images may also be conveniently stored and shared with specialists and insurance companies.

Air Abrasion

Air Abrasion is a modern alternative to the dental drill. This technology helps remove bacteria buildup from the teeth and gums.  The Air Abrasion handpiece delivers air and abrasive particles to clean the tooth’s surface. It can remove tooth stains, repair small fillings, and even reveal pits or holes in the tooth enamel.

Air Abrasion does not require an anesthetic and does not damage the tooth enamel. During treatment, the Air Abrasion handpiece has little to no vibration and does not generate any heat. It allows us to precisely clean harmful bacteria and preserves the tooth structure.

Soft Tissue Dental Lasers

Laser dentistry is a modern method to treat gums and soft tissues of your mouth. Dental lasers use light and heat to gently remove tissue without the need for anesthesia for precise and painless treatment. As lasers cut the tissue, they also cauterize it for minimal bleeding. Compared to traditional surgical options, lasers offer less chance for infection and faster healing times.

Intraoral Cameras

An intraoral camera is a small handheld device that we use to see real-time images of the mouth. With this small camera, we can see damaged and missing teeth, tooth decay, crooked teeth, and signs of gum disease.

We get a close-up view of the mouth and can display images of the teeth and gums on a computer monitor. This allows us to educate patients on their current oral health problems and create treatment recommendations based on our findings.

The CompuDent Wand

The CompuDent system comfortably applies an anesthetic to numb the mouth. With this system, we can precisely administer doses of anesthetic to targeted areas of the mouth.

The CompuDent Wand is a handheld device that is connected to a computer pump, which controls the amount and pressure of the anesthetic. With this technology, we help patients receive comfortable, pain-free treatment.

Contact Our Dental Office Today

Dr. Bellisario is your trusted dentist in Ardmore and Havertown, PA. Call his office at (610) 839-8967 or schedule a dental appointment with Dr. Bellisario online. At your next visit, let Dr. Bellisario or a member of his dental team know if you have any remaining questions about your care. They will be happy to help.