Dentist Springfield
2194 Wilbraham Road
Springfield, MA 01129

Frequently Asked Questions

Dentist in Springfield, MA

Who is the best dentist in Springfield?

Laura Gramse, RDH, DMD of Springfield offers comprehensive dental solutions to maintain your optimal oral health. Contact our office for more information.

Do you accept new patients?

Springfield MA dentist welcomes new patients. Contact our office to schedule an appointment.

Why do I need dental x-rays? 

With dental x-rays (radiographs), we can view your teeth and surrounding structures with remarkable accuracy and in a way the human eye cannot. X-ray images provide the information we need to plan your dental treatment. Contact Laura Gramse, RDH, DMD of Springfield for more information or to schedule an appointment.

What services does a general dentist offer? 

Dentist in Springfield offers a variety of preventive, cosmetic, and restorative dental solutions to best care for the needs of you and your family. Contact our office for more information.

Where is Laura Gramse, RDH, DMD located?

Laura Gramse, RDH, DMD is located in Springfield, MA

Where is Dr. Laura Gramse located?

Dr. Laura Gramse is located in Springfield, MA

Where can I get tooth whitening in Springfield?

Dentist in Springfield offers a variety of teeth whitening solutions to give you a whiter, brighter, more confident smile. Contact our office for more information.

Who is the best cosmetic dentist in Springfield?

Laura Gramse, RDH, DMD of Springfield offers comprehensive dental solutions to improve the appearance of your smile while maintaining your optimal oral health. Contact our office for more information.

How do I prevent cavities?

Dentist in Springfield follows American Dental Association guidelines to help patients prevent tooth decay. These include twice-daily tooth brushing, daily flossing, avoiding sugar, and maintaining twice-yearly professional cleanings.

How often should I floss my teeth?

It is recommended that people floss at least once a day to ensure that food does not build up between teeth and form harmful plaque. Contact Laura Gramse, RDH, DMD of Springfield for more information or to schedule an appointment.

What do I need to bring to my first dental appointment? 

Typically, you will be asked to bring a photo ID and a copy of your insurance details (if any) to your first appointment. Sometimes, you can complete your new patient forms ahead of time. Contact Laura Gramse, RDH, DMD of Springfield for more information or to schedule an appointment.

How often should I visit the dentist?

The American Dental Association recommends that most people visit the dentist every 6 months. However, specific needs may require more frequent visits. Contact Laura Gramse, RDH, DMD of Springfield for more information or to schedule an appointment.