If you want to have a gorgeous smile and enjoy a lifetime of exquisite dental health, visit the practice of Alison P. Schwartz, DDS. Dr. Schwartz and her caring team pride themselves on providing Scottsdale the highest quality, most comfortable and gentle dental care in a friendly and state-of-the-art environment.
You will notice that we are unique from the minute you walk into our office. You will be greeted by a friendly team of professionals who will take a sincere interest in you and treat you like family.
Dr. Schwartz is a leader in adult orthodontic treatment and is certified in Invisalign.
She has been featured on Channel 3 and Fox 10 for being one of the few dentists in Arizona to treat gum disease with Perio Protect. Your smile is important to us, so we use the latest technology to keep it beautiful and healthy. Once we determine your dental needs, we'll work with you on a plan for the smile of your dreams.
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Our mission is to ensure that you have a healthful, pleasant experience while taking advantage of the very best in dental care technology, techniques and experience.
You are not alone if you donâ€™t like going to the dentist!
Dr. Alison Schwartz never had a pleasant dental experience as a child or young adult. Only after avoiding the dentist for too long, did she find out that dentistry can be done in a more gentle manner. As a dentist, she devotes herself to finding state-of-the-art technology and treatments to make your dental experience as comfortable as possible. Her dental team shares her passion for caring and education. All of this makes for a unique visit to Healthy Smiles Dentistry.
FAQs - Dr. Alison P. Schwartz is a dentist who has answered some of the common questions
Bizymoms visitors have about Root Canals.
Q: What is root canal treatment?
A root canal is needed when the nerve of a tooth is trying to die and causes pain. Nerve death can happen from a cavity, old mercury filling that is failing, or trauma to a tooth.
Q: What are the signs of needing endodontic treatment?
Typical symptoms for needing a root canal are: pain during sleep that wakes you up, spontaneous pain, and lingering pain with cold and hot food or beverages. If the infection is bad enough, you will get an abscess. An abscess is like a pimple in the gum tissue above the tooth that drains pus.