Dr. David Mitchell Singer is a dentist in Reading, MA, USA. Dr. David Mitchell Singer provides diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases including cavities, gum problems, root canal etc. Their practice also provides services such as dental cleaning, diagnostic X rays. You can find contact information, phone number, office address, read patient reviews and make appointments for Dr. David Mitchell Singer.
Dentists are doctors who provides diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases included cavities, gum problems, root canal etc. Their office is usually able to provide services like dental cleaning, diagnostic X rays.
Endodontics is the subspecialty of dentistry that focuses on issues related to and the health of the dental pulp. They differ from dentists in the fact that they only focus on the dental pulp, or the center of the tooth that is comprised of living tissue, instead of oral health as a whole. This field has grown considerably over the last decade, which has also advanced the field of dentistry. Endodontists treat many different illnesses and disorders related to the dental pulp.
Dr. David Mitchell Singer generally accepts new patients.
Dr. David Mitchell Singer has not indicated on the profile that their office offers tele-health visits. You can call their office to find out more about telehealth visits.
Dr. David Mitchell Singer has not indicated on the profile that their office offers same day appointments. You can call their office to find out more about same day appointments.
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The top specialties of Dr. David Mitchell Singer include Dentistry, Endodontics
You can make payment via cash, credit card or debit card.
The office is located at 5 Longfellow Rd # 205 in Reading, MA.
Dr. David Mitchell Singer accepts various types of health insurance, but individual coverage may be variable. You should check with your health insurance whether the particular doctor is in network or not.
Dental care, Oral Health, Bad breath, Brushing, Fluoride in water, Impacted Teeth, Dental Caries, Cavities, Temporomandibular joint disease, Oral cancer, Gum Bleeding, toothache, Gingivitis, Periodontal disease, Dental Floss
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