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2591 Baglyos Circle
Bethlehem, Pa 18020
(484) 821-2974

Your Compassionate Bethlehem Dentist

If you've tried to find a dentist you can trust with your simple and complex dental needs, you know it can be challenging. At Gaspari Family Dental, we pride ourselves on providing comprehensive dental services, including oral surgery, under one roof. We look forward to showing you the level of excellence we're capable of.

Our practice, led by Dr. Joseph A. Gaspari, has served the residents of Bethlehem and its surrounding communities for years. From the moment you step into our practice, we'll commit ourselves to exceeding your expectations. Whether you need skilled dental implant placement or thorough gum disease treatment, our office is the place for you.

You can find our office at the corner of Baglyos Cir. and Emrick Rd. near St. Luke's Hospital – Anderson Campus. If you're in any nearby areas, our practice is easily accessible from PA 33. Give us a call or stop by our office to schedule your next appointment!

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Our High-Quality Dental Services

During your first visit, Dr. Gaspari and his staff will conduct a thorough oral exam to determine the condition of your smile. From there, he'll create a personalized treatment plan aimed at improving and protecting your oral health. We won't recommend services that aren't necessary and encourage you to ask questions about your plan.

Our dental services include, but are not limited to:

Committed to Educating Our Patients

Our team is passionate about providing you with the information you need to care for our smile at home. We'll sit down with you to explain the proper techniques for brushing and flossing. Additionally, if you've recently undergone treatment, we'll break down aftercare instructions so that you can recover as smoothly as possible.

Leveraging Technology for Better Care

Bethlehem dental officeOver the years, we've made a concentrated effort to improve our office's dental technology. Our technology allows us to improve the accuracy of treatment and minimize your time in the exam chair. Our practice features various state-of-the-art equipment, including:

  • iTero® Digital Scanner: This piece of technology creates detailed 3D images of your smile. An iTero digital scanner allows our dentist better understand the condition of your teeth, gums, jaws, and surrounding structures to improve the accuracy of diagnoses and procedures.
  • CBCT Scanner: A CBCT scanner enables us to create colored images of your teeth, organic tissue, nerves, and blood vessels. This technology can be particularly crucial during dental implant placement when precision makes a world of difference.

A Bethlehem Dentist for You & Yours

At Gaspari Family Dental Care, we're proud to offer excellent restorative, preventive, and cosmetic dental options to meet your unique oral needs. Our practice is made up of skilled professionals that genuinely care about the health and beauty of your smile. We can't wait to meet you and be your trusted Bethlehem dentist for years to come. Contact us today to schedule your next appointment and discover how we can improve your quality of life!

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Gum Disease Treatments in Bethlehem If you notice that your gums bleed when brushing and flossing or they feel red and tender, you may be suffering from gum disease. At Gaspari Family Dental Care, we provide gum disease treatments for patients in Bethlehem and surrounding areas. Our office is staffed by a skilled periodontist who specializes in gum care and can effectively address your gum disease. We strive to provide effective treatment that will boost your oral health so that you can smile comfortably and confidently. Our dentist uses proven...

A significant number of Americans do not visit the dentist for regular checkups because they are too fearful or suffer from dental anxiety.  Sedation dentistry offers an excellent way to provide a safe, anxiety-free, dental experience to those who are afraid of the dentist. Sedation dentistry is often mistakenly thought to induce sleep.  In fact, most sedatives allow the patient to stay awake during the procedure.  Sleepiness is a side effect of some medications, but nitrous oxide, oral conscious sedation and IV sedation only work to calm...

What is LANAP® Laser Gum Treatment? Patients diagnosed with gum disease may need treatment with the Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure (LANAP®). This is a minimally-invasive alternative to traditional surgery and can be very effective for treating an infection in the mouth. We can treat the infection in just a single visit and the laser works to promote gum and bone tissue regeneration.Minimally Invasive - You will experience minimal swelling, bleeding, and inflammation Short Recovery Time  - Patients recover faster with little to no...

  understanding Causes of Gum Recession Many patients with periodontal disease have gum recession and as a result, feel self-conscious about their smile. Gum recession is one of the side effects of gum disease but can also be the result of aggressive tooth brushing, hormonal fluctuations, and insufficient preventive care. You may also have receding gums because of a misaligned bite or because oral piercings have eroded the tissue.   How PST™ Works If your gums are starting to wear away because you have been using the wrong tooth brushing...

Dental emergencies are quite frightening and often painful.  Prompt treatment is almost always required to alleviate pain and to ensure the teeth have the best possible chance of survival. Sometimes, teeth become fractured by trauma, grinding, or biting on hard objects.  In other cases, fillings, crowns, and other restorative devices can be damaged or fall out of the mouth completely.  If there is severe pain, it is essential to contact our office immediately.  The pain caused by dental emergencies almost always gets worse without treatment,...

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