A dental bridge or partial denture can replace tooth function and appearance, restoring your smile and allowing you to enjoy your favorite foods again. Partials offer a temporary solution while bridges are a permanent, secure tooth restoration. Learn more
When you have a decayed or broken tooth, you may benefit from a dental crown. A crown restores the look and function of a compromised tooth structure by covering it with a cap that is shaped and shaded to match the surrounding teeth. While crowns are mainly associated with decayed or cracked teeth, they may also be utilized to enhance the look of your smile for cosmetic purposes. Learn more
Dentures are a removable tooth replacement that can restore your appearance after tooth loss. Affordable and convenient, dentures are basically artificial or fake teeth that are held in place with adhesive pastes or clasps. Dentures may also be anchored in place with the assistance of dental implants. Learn more
When you want a natural looking, permanent tooth replacement, dental implants are the recommended option. Safe and effective, implants have been utilized for decades and offer benefits of comfort, convenience, and bone health. Learn more
Misaligned teeth may be the cause of your headaches. Teeth which do not fit together properly can keep the jaw from closing comfortably, causing stress to the muscles. This misalignment can occur naturally as your teeth grow in or could be the result of injury, wear from tooth grinding, or from ill-fitting dental restorations. Misalignment of the teeth and jaw will result in discomfort over time, possibly spurring temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems that may be corrected with a simple occlusal adjustment of your teeth to remove the interference. Learn more
The diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the mouth is referred to as oral pathology. This includes oral cancer screenings as well as the detection of tumors, cysts, and lesions. While changes in the tissue of the mouth may not necessarily indicate cancer, it is important to detect and treat any illness as quickly as possible. Learn more
Root canals are necessary when the pulp layer of a tooth becomes infected. Infection can lead to the loss of a tooth so it is necessary to remove the infection with root canal therapy. The procedure is generally comfortable and saves the natural tooth, prevents the spread of infection, and returns the smile to complete health. Learn more
Plaque forms both below and above the gum line, accumulating bacteria. The bacteria can create pits and grooves in the tooth surface. These rough surfaces must be planed to ensure the health of your teeth and gums. The goal of scaling and root planing is to reduce periodontal pockets, which are measured in millimeters, protecting your gum tissue and bone from the advancement of gum disease. Learn more
Tooth extraction is generally considered a last resort. It is always best to save your natural teeth, if possible. However, there are circumstances in which your tooth is hopeless, and must be removed to improve your oral health. Learn more

Our Office

Demartin Dental Associates
69 Sherman Street
Fairfield, CT 06824

New Patients:
203-297-6023

Current Patients:
203-255-0468

E-mail:
info@demartindental.com

About Us

We have been providing excellent dental care to our patients of all age groups in Fairfield County, Connecticut for almost five decades. Being in the same location for 50 years has made us distinguished in the community. We have built a rewarding relationship with the county and its people. They trust us with their dental care needs and we are committed to their oral health.