Dr. Drew Shulman provides professional, comprehensive and comfortable dental care in Northeast Philadelphia for patients of all ages with a variety of dental concerns. Never feel like it is too late to solve a dental problem. Dr. Shulman has experience treating accelerated cases and is happy to provide each and every patient with thorough dental care to restore a damaged or dysfunctional smile.
Maintaining your oral health is as important as maintaining physical health. If one aspect of your dental health is thrown off, other problems may quickly develop. The condition of your teeth and gums impacts not only your daily quality of life but also affects overall well-being. Dr. Shulman wants to help you improve your oral health for a beautiful and functional smile.
Learn more about dental concerns below:
Bleeding Gums: If your gums bleed when you brush or floss your teeth, you may have gingivitis or developing periodontitis. Get diagnosis and treatment for gum inflammation and gum disease early before oral health problems worsen. We offer comprehensive diagnosis and care for all stages of gum disease to restore your oral health.
Crooked Teeth: There are multiple options that Dr. Shulman offers to straighten teeth. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Shulman to learn about whether clear Invisalign braces, dental veneers, or dental crowns work best to align your teeth. A straighter smile is also a healthier smile and will enable the teeth to make proper contact when chewing. This can help you avoid tooth damage, teeth grinding and bite related problems and discomfort.
Missing Teeth: Missing teeth not only compromise the aesthetics of your smile but your overall oral health as well. If gaps left by missing teeth are not filled, remaining natural teeth could shift and become crooked or loose. However, there are multiple durable restorative solutions that look and feel like natural teeth. Dr. Shulman works with patients on an individual basis to replace missing teeth with the most suitable option.
Sleep Apnea: If you are snoring or wake up tired, you may be suffering from obstructive sleep apnea. OSA occurs when the upper airways are obstructed by soft tissue that is collapsing into the back of the throat. Dr. Shulman works with patients to identify the oral signs of a sleep disorder and to obtain the proper medical diagnosis and care. Learn more about Dr. Shulman’s sleep apnea screening and home sleep study here.
Schedule an Appointment
Do you have concerns about the health or appearance of your smile? Have you been avoiding the dentist and suffer from the effects of deteriorating dental health?
If you have bleeding gums, crooked teeth, missing teeth, or believe you may be suffering from sleep apnea, schedule an appointment at our Northeast Philadelphia dental office.Contact us at (215) 372-1142 or request an appointment online.