Hours:

Monday & Wednesday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Tuesday
10:00 am - 7:00 pm

Thursday
9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Friday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Address:

4655 Linglestown Rd, Suite A

Harrisburg, PA 17112

Phone:

717-652-4551

24 Hour Emergency Service Available

E-mail:

susdentjf@comcast.net

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Family Dentistry in Harrisburg

Your Recommended Local Family Dentist in Harrisburg, PA!

Susquehanna Dental East provides general family dentistry services to the Harrisburg metropolitan area and the surrounding counties. Our dental services are offered to the entire family including pediatric dentistry for kids three years of age and older.

Regular dental visits are crucial to healthy teeth and gums. Bring your family to a dedicated, caring staff that will take care of your needs in a compassionate manner. Our practice offers the following family dental services:

  • Extractions

  • Digital X-Rays

  • Root Canals

  • Preventative Care

  • Periodontal / Gum Disease Treatment

  • Gentle, Professional Cleanings

  • Comprehensive Exams

  • Nitrous Oxide

Want Whiter Teeth? We also offer Quality Cosmetic Dentistry Services.

Family Dental Insurance Coverage

Top 5 Dental Care Tips for Strong Teeth and Healthy Gums

  1. Proper Brushing - Firstly, you should brush at least twice a day. Your brush should be positioned at a 45 degree angle along the gum line while you use both back-and-forth and up-and-down motions. Don't miss your tongue and the roof of your mouth!

  2. Flossing - Regular brushing just does not do it all; you should floss at least once a day - if you don't, you are missing about 40% of your tooth surface.

  3. Limit Sodas and Coffee - The phosphorous in these items can deplete the body of calcium which can lead to tooth decay and gum disease. The corn syrup and food dyes in these types of drinks can also discolor your teeth.

  4. Include Calcium and Proper Vitamins in Your Diet - Whether it be in the foods you drink or take a supplement, calcium and vitamins will help keep your teeth strong and your gums healthy.

  5. Visit Your Dentist - It is important to keep your twice a year appointment to keep on top of your overall dental health. Your dentist can help you improve your dental health and prevent any future issues.

Better Oral Health - Necessary Vitamins and Minerals

​With the right vitamin and mineral consumption and effective dental care, your oral health could be significantly improved. Try to increase your intake of the following:

  1. Calcium - It’s essential that your diet is packed full of dairy products, tinned salmon, almonds and dark green leafy vegetables.

  2. Vitamin D - Your intake of Vitamin D helps the body's absorption of Calcium, making it equally as important. Moderate sun exposure, nutritional supplements, fatty fish, and foods which have been fortified with vitamin D such as cereals and egg yolks.

  3. Phosphorus - Food rich in this essential mineral include turkey, tuna, and sunflower seeds. And since these foods are high in protein, the absorption of this vital mineral is highly successful.

  4. ​In order to keep your oral health on track - strong, pearly white teeth - calcium, vitamin D, and phosphorus are essential.