Dentist Lansdowne VA

General Dentistry

Ensuring Great Oral Health with

General & Family Dentistry

General dentistry at Lansdowne Dental Associates offers comprehensive dental care for children and adults. Ranging from family at tableregular dental checkups and preventive care to emergency same day appointments.
Regular routine checkups every six months are an important part of your oral health care, and regular professional cleanings can ensure your optimal oral health.

What to expect for your first dental appointment with LDA

At our Lansdowne dental office, Dr. Kamboh and team provide preventative care to identify and fight potential oral health problems before they start. Preventative treatment includes professional ‘deep’ cleanings, fluoride treatments to strengthen tooth enamel and other care to help strengthen protection against the formation of cavities. This regular care with general dentistry allows Dr. Kamboh to catch problems early and treat them before they become more serious.

Our general dentistry treatments include:

  • Preventative Dental Therapy
  • Dentistry for Children
  • Emergency Dental Care
  • Root Canal Treatment
  • Periodontal (Gum) Therapy
  • Sedation Dentistry
  • Wisdom Teeth
  • Extractions
Talk to our general dentist for any questions related to dental problems or treatment options.
We look forward to serving you, so for any questions regarding our general dentistry treatment offerings or to schedule an appointment, please contact our Lansdowne dental office, and a member of our team will be glad to help you.

Common FAQs on General Dentistry

There is no difference between a general dentist and a dentist. They are the same.
General dentists can perform any type of procedure in dentistry that they feel comfortable performing. This can range from fillings to root canals, dental implants to wisdom teeth extraction and even braces.
Oral health is important because your mouth is the gateway to the rest of your body. A body is not healthy if the mouth is not healthy.
Poor oral hygiene and dental disease can exacerbate many health problems. Diabetes, heart disease, and even dementia have been tied to bacteria that originate in the oral cavity.