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Mark A. Minetola, DMD

Lehigh University – 1973 University of Pittsburgh, Dental School – 1977 Sacred...

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Good dental health requires daily dental care and regular dental check ups. Professional dental visits and cleanings are recommended twice per year.

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Welcome to Gentle Dental of Allentown

At Gentle Dental of Allentown we offer quality, convenient dental care for the whole family. Located at 2015 W. Hamilton St. Suite 202, Allentown, PA 18104, we provide many dental services including dental hygiene, crowns, dentures, and various cosmetic procedures among many other services. We accept most insurance plans and offer payment options to fit any budget. We serve the Allentown community with convenient office hours. To contact us please call Gentle Dental of Allentown or click here to book an appointment today.

New Patients Welcome!

Proper dental care is important at all ages. Good dental health requires that you take care of your teeth daily and have regular dental check ups. It is recommended that you receive regular professional dental checkups and cleaning. Call (610) 616-3593 or click here to book an appointment today!

Loose Tooth Makes Philly Smile!

Tooth on the loose for big smiles! Philadelphia Gentle Dental offices and the tooth mascot, Sir Floss A Lot, hit the streets of Philadelphia to raise awareness about children’s dental health risks and the importance of regular preventive care.

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Brush Up On How to Treat a White Tongue

Are you embarrassed by your bad breath, white tongue, or coated tongue and unsure of how to treat these troubles? Find the answers to all of those ailments and move past all of these problems. Problems with Your Tongue If you’ve noticed that you have bad breath, a white tongue, or a coated tongue, you [...] Read more...

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Teeth Grinding and Anxiety - How Stress Can Ruin Your Teeth

Has your spouse reported disturbing grinding noises coming from your side of the bed? If so, you may suffer from bruxism, which is another name for teeth grinding. The condition is often associated with chronic stress or anxiety. Teeth grinding behaviors may occur during your sleep or when you are awake, and you may not [...] Read more...

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