Dr. Doray is ranked as one of Philadelphia’s top dentists for cosmetic, restorative and implant dentistry. We provide patients with the highest level of care and comfort while using the latest technology and techniques available in the field of modern dentistry.
A lifelong smile is the result of a dedicated oral health care routine. Even if you take excellent care of your teeth, it is still necessary to visit our dentist office at least every six months for optimal oral health.
Our dentist in Philadelphia, PA offers a range of general dentistry services to help you attain and maintain optimal oral health. We will tailor each treatment to the patient and their unique dental care needs and smile goals.
General Dental Services in Philadelphia
While many of our patients initially come to our Philadelphia dental office because of Dr. Doray’s expertise in cosmetic and restorative dentistry, most choose to stay with us for our comprehensive oral health services. We want you to have a beautiful and healthy smile!
Our preventive dental care program includes professional cleanings and oral health check-ups at intervals tailored to your individual dental needs. We work with you to ensure your long term dental health and well being, which also has an impact on your overall physical health.
Comprehensive Dentistry in Center City Philadelphia
Since 1984 Pamela Doray, DMD has maintained a private practice devoted to comprehensive reconstructive, cosmetic dentistry and implant dentistry in center city Philadelphia. Her practice is known for excellent personalized patient service, a commitment to the highest quality of treatment, and state-of-the-art technology.
Dr. Doray was one of the first dentists in the Philadelphia region to place bonded porcelain restorations and to implement networked digital radiography, cosmetic imaging capabilities, laser whitening procedures and digital scanning for porcelain restorations.
She is the only cosmetic dentist in Philadelphia to be accredited by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, an accomplishment achieved by fewer than 400 dentists to date. In addition, Dr. Doray is an instructor in cosmetic and implant dentistry and serves on numerous boards for continuing education, research and product development.
Dr. Doray’s Famous Virtually Painless Injection
Dr. Doray’s patients say she gives the most comfortable anesthetic injection they have ever received. That’s because of Dr. Doray’s famous virtually painless injection technique. A topical anesthetic gel is applied to the tissue with a swab.
This anesthetic painlessly numbs the spot where the doctor will give you one of the most gentle injections. We don’t start any treatment until you are comfortable and properly anesthetized for the procedure. Dentistry today can be truly painless.
Not Your Average Dentist Office
Not many people would say they look forward to visiting the dentist, but a trip to Dr. Doray in Philadelphia promises to be as enjoyable and relaxing as possible. Dr. Doray has incorporated first class amenities to her dental office including:
- Gentle Soft-Touch methods
- In-Chair Entertainment System
- Personal headphones & music
- Warm Blankets
- Complimentary Refreshments
- Chilled Eye Compress
- Neck and Knee Cushions
- Hot Face Towels
- Freshen-up station
- Complimentary lunch for extended visits
General Dentistry FAQs
How do I avoid future tooth cavities?
First, cut back on foods and drinks high in sugar and other starches. Next, always brush your teeth twice a day and floss once. Finally, see us every six months for an exam and cleaning.
Decay often takes about six months to form, so a regular checkup can allow us to address areas at risk before a cavity even forms and you experience discomfort. A cleaning can remove plaque buildup, protecting your teeth.
Will a filling be enough to repair decay?
In most cases, yes. Sometimes you may have tooth damage that has progressed too much. Inlays, onlays, or a dental crown may be recommended in these cases.
If we brush and floss our teeth daily, why do we need general dentistry?
When you visit the dentist to assess your oral health, you are preventing oral diseases from developing, treating dental issues before they get worse, and more. Your teeth will not last as long as you without bi-yearly dental visits.