Caring For the Entire Family
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We’ve cared for smiles in Windham County, CT, for over three decades, and we think that’s something to be proud of! The reason Ronald H Lupien DDS has become Pomfret’s choice family dentist is simple: we provide friendly, comprehensive, patient-oriented care that people trust.
Our dental practice offers a range of general dentistry services, including routine teeth cleanings, extractions, pediatric dentistry, periodontal dentistry, and root canal therapy. We’re committed to delivering a pleasant, comfortable experience to patients of all ages.
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Routine Teeth Cleanings
Preventive care is a cornerstone of dentistry. Scheduling regular teeth cleanings is essential for maintaining and maximizing your oral health. During your cleaning, we do far more than polish your teeth — we fully examine your mouth and look for problems in order to halt them before they develop.
Tooth extractions are often a last resort but are necessary when there’s a risk of developing an infection, advanced decay, or advanced periodontal disease. A tooth may also need to be extracted if you are preparing for an orthodontic or cosmetic procedure. You can be assured that our team will make your experience as comfortable as possible.
Developing strong lifelong oral health habits starts young! We’re happy to see patients who still don’t have their adult teeth. If your child gets squeamish about going to the dentist, don’t stress — we’ll do everything we can to keep them happy during their visit!
If you notice your gums becoming irritated, teeth become loose, increased species between teeth, or persistent bad breath, you may be developing periodontal (gum) disease. Our team is here to stop the problem in its tracks with preventive periodontal dentistry services.
Root Canal Therapy
When a tooth becomes infected, we’ll often recommend an extraction or root canal therapy. A root canal is a restorative treatment that lasts a lifetime. Root canal therapy is needed when decay has reached the tooth pulp or trauma or injury has occurred to your tooth.