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What can I do to improve my smile? Philadelphia, PA

What can I do to improve my smile? Philadelphia, PA For any occasion, you want to be confident enough to smile! Pictures at special events last a lifetime and therefore it is very essential to have a healthy and happy smile. At Walnut Street Smiles, we help you craft your perfect smile. Here are some tips to improve your smile. Have your teeth cleaned Call (215) 564-1025 and schedule a teeth cleaning with our dental office in Philadelphia. Plaque and tartar are removed during teeth cleaning and ...more

Get your Chipped Tooth Fixed at Your Dentist’s Office

Get your Chipped Tooth Fixed at Your Dentist’s Office A chipped tooth might not feel like it needs dental care, but you should still have it checked out by a dentist. A chipped tooth can be the result of biting down on hard substances, like ice or hard candy, falls or car accidents, playing contact sports without a mouth guard, grinding your teeth when you sleep or a blunt force trauma. In case of an Emergency, please call or text us on 215-564-1025. Read more about Emergency dental services. ...more

Check out our exclusive promotional offers in December!

Check out our exclusive promotional offers in December! At Walnut Street Smile, our #1 goal is to deliver healthy and happy smiles. Our friendly team helps you with treatment options and affordable financing. Book your free appointment with Dr.Garima Sinha, Dr.Shahram Shamloo or Dr.Ronald Goldenberg today! GREAT news!! We have lined up some exciting promotions for our patients in Philadelphia. Start the New Year right by visiting our dental practice today. KOR Whitening Deep Bleaching ™ The ...more

Toothbrush safety Tips during COVID-19

Toothbrush safety Tips during COVID-19 COVID-19 or Corona virus is a new disease that has spread across the world, killing thousands of people. Though COVID-19 spreads when an infected person coughs or sneezes, it also spreads through contaminated surfaces and even your tooth brush. A person who is infected with COVID-19 or corona virus ends up transmitting this virus on to their toothbrush. And if this toothbrush is placed in the same holder as other toothbrushes- there is a high risk of ...more