Thank you for considering us as your dental care provider in Hubbard, OH. Braydich Dental is committed to providing you with the best dental services throughout the entire Youngstown, Ohio, Warren, Ohio, and western Pennsylvania areas. Our team of staff members and dentists work together to provide you with an unforgettable and relaxed appointment. We invite you visit our Meet the Doctors and Meet Our Team pages to learn more about us.
We provide a wide range of treatments for your restorative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics, and sleep apnea needs. From teeth whitening to veneers, Invisalign, and dental implants, we rely on the latest dental technology to help plan, diagnose, and treat you efficiently and properly. Our 3D scans give you quick and painless dental impressions, and our 3D X-rays give us a full picture of your mouth in a much safer way than traditional X-rays do. Learn more about our digital office on our Why Choose Us page.
We have also embraced modern dentistry to offer you incredible smile solutions, including tooth-colored fillings that are mercury free, Lumineers that are painless and fast, and mini implants that give you permanent teeth in one visit.
Whether you are in need of a dental cleaning or are experiencing tooth pain, we are here to help you. Our state-of-the-art facility is designed with you and your comfort in mind. We offer massaging chairs, blankets and pillows, televisions, complimentary beverages, and a warm environment. As soon as you come in, our greeters will make you feel at home as they show you the office and answer your questions. We believe your dental experience should be as positive as possible.
Don’t wait until it’s too late! Get your teeth cleaned today or perfect your smile with our cosmetic procedures. Give us a call now at 330-568-5654 to schedule your dental appointment! Feel free to browse our website to discover all the services we can offer you to improve your smile!
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