Dental Office For Chandler Gilbert AZ Dentist



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Periodontal, Gum Disease, and Gingivitis

Periodontal, or gum, diseases, include gingivitis and periodontitis These are serious infections that left untreated can lead to pain and in some cases tooth loss. It is extremely important that periodontal diseases be diagnosed and treated in order to avoid the long-term damaging effects.

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Restorative Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry is the practice and art of restoring teeth that have been lost due to injury or disease. The goal of restorative dentistry is to restore your teeth and gums to healthy levels.

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Checkups and Cleanings

General Dentistry is all about properly maintaining your teeth and gums. When you schedule a cleaning at Robert J. Brown DDS, you can expect a thorough cleaning of every one of your teeth as well as a standard examination to analyze the health of your teeth and gums.

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Patient Comments

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Smile Gallery

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Location and Directions

Current Patients: (480) 963-3992
New Patients: (480) 619-6906

26 N. Gilbert Road
Gilbert, AZ 85234
(Located on the Northeast corner of Gilbert Rd. & Elliot Rd.)

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Dental Financing Options

Care Credit Dental Financing PlanWhether you have dental insurance or not, some dental services may not be covered. CareCredit can help you get the healthy, radiant smile you've always wanted with low monthly payment plans!

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Our Chandler, AZ Dental Office Team

Knowing that not everyone likes to go to the dentist, so our staff strives to provide a fun environment for our patients. Our entire team works together as a family to provide your family with the best possible care. Our dental care decisions are always based on if it were a decision for ourselves.

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