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Dr. Dennis P. Clayton (general dentist), Dr. Marc G. Clayton (general dentist), and staff are located in Bridgewater, Pa. They take the time to complete extensive training on the latest procedures to give you the outstanding smile you have been dreaming of. By staying current, constantly learning new techniques, and attending numerous dental seminars each year on smile enhancement techniques, Dr. Dennis P. Clayton, Dr. Marc G. Clayton, and their staff can offer you the latest methods of keeping your smile healthy – and beautiful. They are proud to provide personal family dentistry at the highest level.
Clayton Dentistry is family owned and operated and has been a fixture in the community since Dennis Clayton started practicing over 35 years ago. With the addition of his son Marc, Clayton Dentistry will continue to offer a high level of care for years to come. Focused on the best preventative care and treatment, we are committed to doing whatever we can to maintain a healthy mouth and help stop disease and decay before it affects your smile.
WHAT WE OFFER
Dennis P. Clayton MS, DMD
Doctorate in Dentistry, University of Pittsburgh
Master of Microbiology, Duquesne University
Bachelor of Arts, Lehigh University
Past President of Beaver County Dental Society
Past Director of Western Pennsylvania Dental Society
"Our first concern is for your comfort and dental health, and we employ the latest in techniques and materials for your care. I want you to have a bright, natural, and healthy smile, so I stay current on the newest preventive and restorative treatment methods. This philosophy is transferred to all phases of treatment to provide only the most positive experiences in our office."
'Best of the Valley'
Readers Choice Award
Beaver County Times
Marc G. Clayton MS, DMD
Doctorate in Dentistry, University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine
Master of Biomedical Informatics, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Bachelor of Arts, Washington & Jefferson College
"Growing up watching my father and the pride he has taken and continues to take toward every aspect of patient care strongly influenced my decision to follow in his footsteps. Working with him, I hope to continue his exceptional standard of patient care and level of detailed precision. I believe the patient's health always comes first. It is my job to perform the best care possible while informing my patients of not only what treatment is necessary but also what options are available."
Additional Certifications of Clayton Dentistry:
Invisalign Orthodontic Treatment
Clear Correct Orthodonic Clear Braces
Myotronics Neuromuscular Dentistry
TMJ Evaluation and Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Nobel Implant restoration and placement
World Laser Institute Class I Medical Grade Lasers
Cerec Cad/Cam Technology Advanced Training
Velscope Cancer Screening
Lumineer Porcelain Veneers
Rembrandt Bleaching/Whitening Systems
Staff and Dentists CPR and AED certified
Our Office Team
The staff at Clayton Dentistry is passionate about their work, always putting the patients’ best interests first. With diverse backgrounds and years of dentistry experience, they play a key role in our office and your treatment.
At Clayton Dentistry our dental team is always here to answer any questions you may have, so please do not hesitate to ask.
What's New in Dentistry?
Researchers Find Associations Between Gum Disease And Several Health Problems.
The Washington Post (10/1, Levingston) reported that researchers are finding potential links “between gum or periodontal disease” and several different types of health problems. Although “experts are far from understanding what these links might mean,” the “links between gum disease and diabetes, at-risk pregnancy, heart disease and stroke have been so consistent that some insurers offer extra preventive periodontal care at little or no cost to people with those conditions.” The article pointed out that according to the CDC “nearly half of all Americans age 30 and older have some form of gum disease; in people 65 and older, 70 percent have some degree of periodontal disease.” The article noted, “Signs of gum disease include bleeding, red or swollen gums; areas where the gum seems separated from the teeth; bad breath; and loose teeth, which can cause changes in your bite, according to the American Dental Association.”
MouthHealthy.org also provides information for patients gum disease, heart disease and oral health, and diabetes and oral health.
Clayton Dentistry offers dental care that puts your comfort first!
On your first visit, you will have an opportunity to provide them with a full health history.
Your new patient visit will start with a comprehensive examination by one of our dentists. This includes a review of your medical history, your dental history, a discussion of your concerns for any immediate problems and a thorough look at your entire mouth. Radiographs (x-rays) are usually required and often models of your upper and lower teeth may be made in cases involving complex solutions to your needs.
Be sure to look over and complete your new patient form (available to download on the right) and provide any information to medical questions and a list of your current medications. Recent dental x-rays from previous dental visits can often be helpful; please bring them with you if available.
A personalized treatment plan will constructed based on your needs. Typically, six month checkups are available to help your teeth stay cleaner and last longer. It is during these ongoing visits that we may identify any serious dental problems that are developing.
Make sure to tell us of any medicines you’re taking, any fears or anxieties you may have, and any concerns you have about your dental health care, especially if you are pregnant, at each visit.
New Patient Health
HIPAA and Fiancial Consent Form
We accept several types of insurance and payments:
Visa, MasterCard, Discover
Care Credit Interest-Free Financing
We participate with the following PPO plans:
- Delta Dental
- United Concordia
We accept the following PPO plans:
- And Many More...
How dental insurance works:
Dental insurance plans are typically an agreement between your employer and an insurance company. Your employer and the insurance company agree on what your plan will cover and benefit amounts.
If your insurance is self-funded, then your insurance plan is an agreement between you and an insurance company.
Keep in mind that most dental insurance plans make it easier to pay for dental care, but your coverage is not based on what you need or what your dentist may recommend. It is based on how much your employer pays for the plan.
Click to learn more about your options on our 'Financial Help Page'
Call us to book an appointment today or use the form below. Always accepting new patients!
97 Boundry Lane
Bridgewater, PA 15009
P: 724 728 0970
Monday: 8:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday: 8:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday: 12:00pm - 6:00pm
Thursday: 8:00am - 6:00pm
Friday: 7:00am - 2:00pm