Our dentistry is both Mercury Free and Mercury Safe. We do not use amalgam in fillings, and we follow safety protocols when removing old amalgam fillings to minimize mercury exposure.
We strive to educate our patients on oral ecology and the importance of taking care of their oral health. That's why we encourage our patients to maintain a healthy diet, good oral care practices, and regular visits to the dentist.
At Steven F. Hinchey, we provide every patient with safe, holistic options in dentistry to help them not only retain their natural teeth for a lifetime but to also maintain their overall health.
We treat every patient with the respect and courtesy they deserve – much like we treat our own family. We will make sure that you have all the information you need to make the right decision for your smile.
If you’re searching for the best dentist in Glastonbury, CT, visit our general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and emergency dentistry of Dr. Steven F. Hinchey We are always welcoming new patients, and we would love to have you as part of our dental family. Please explore our website to learn more about us. You can find information about our staff, our office, the procedures, and all other dental services that we offer, including dental sealants, dental implants, dental crowns, Perio protect, teeth whitening treatment, root canals, emergency dental care, and much more.
Our professional staff is deeply devoted to preventive dentistry and the health of our patients. When preserving, restoring, or improving the natural beauty of your smile, we use minimally invasive techniques. These conservative, state-of-the-art procedures will result in beautiful, healthy, and long-lasting smiles. If you have any questions, please call us. We love hearing from our patients and anyone who may be interested in becoming one.
Worried about the Mercury in your mouth? Ask us today about safely removing those mercury amalgam fillings.
There's no need to wait for weeks. Our team can place dental crowns in a single visit.
Having trouble with snoring or simply getting a restful night of sleep? Sleep apnea may be the culprit.
An implant is a prosthetic that functions as a synthetic tooth, allowing you to regain the look of your natural smile.