Robert Von Bargen
Technology advances help us view your total oral health to provide outstanding preventative services and more comfortable resolutions to dental problems. From traditional X-rays to laser technology, we put patient needs first and prioritize your comfort.
Since 1989, we’ve been here in your local community creating and restoring healthy smiles. Innovative technology and decades of experience allow us to provide superb services, but customer satisfaction is what drives us.
Dental Tips & Advice
What is Invisalign? Invisalign is a form of orthodontic treatment that moves teeth over time without metal wires and brackets. Instead, the treatment uses clear aligners that fit snuggly over the patient’s teeth. In most cases, the patient can wear an Invisalign retainer/tray and those around them won’t notice or be able to detect the […]Read More
Preventive Dentistry starts at home with your daily oral hygiene, including regular brushing and flossing. Eating a balanced diet also helps prevent oral health problems. When you visit the dentist regularly, your dental care team can advise on ways to maintain and restore your oral wellness. Preventive dental care should include: 1. Regular dental exams […]Read More
We provide a wide array of orthodontic treatments at Pascack Dental. As improvements in dentistry have led to fewer cavities and improved technology that makes restorations look as good as your normal teeth, people are putting more of an emphasis on the brilliance of their smiles. Question: I am embarrassed about my smile because my […]Read More
Do I need to do anything to care or maintain my dental implants? It is true that dental implants are one of the greatest advances in the history of dentistry. However, I have to constantly remind people that just like teeth, implants need maintenance care and just like teeth, they can be susceptible to periodontal […]Read More
Question: No matter what I say or do, I cannot convince my husband to go to the dentist. It’s been years since he has gone – how can I convince him? Joan M. – Rivervale, NJ Answer: Your husband is not alone, this is a common problem. It often takes a serious or dangerous situation […]Read More
Question: The dentist told my husband that untreated gum disease can increase chances of heart attack. Is this true? J. S., Westwood Answer: As far back as 1989, a case study in Finland demonstrated that patients with oral infection were 30% more likely to present with heart attack as compared to patients without oral infections. […]Read More