At Fromuth & Langlois Dental, we don’t treat you like a number and a source of revenue. To the dentists and team members you see on a routine basis, you’re another member of the family! Whether you’re receiving highly personalized one-on-one care for your next restoration or other treatment plan, the level of detail with which we treat every patient is second-to-none. By approaching dentistry in this way, we ensure better trust with you and the rest of your family for years (and hopefully generations) to come!
When we talk about co-diagnostic dentistry, it simply means that as dentists we understand that more goes into your decision of dental treatment than a simple diagnosis. We have invested in the best of dental technology to ensure that your diagnosis is as comprehensive as possible so that you are able to make the right decisions for yourself. We take time to educate and show each patient exactly what we are looking at so that not only are we creating a treatment plan that takes care of your dental needs, but you are a part of the process to make sure that every step that is taken is one that makes sense for your personal interests. Call today to schedule your co-discovery exam!
Far too often, dentists focus more on seeing as many patients as possible, rather than giving each patient their own fair share of attention. This results in inferior dentistry overall and a worse doctor-patient relationship. At Fromuth & Langlois Dental, we want every patient to receive the care and attention they deserve. One-on-one attention ensures that you’re provided enough time to ask any and all questions you have and determine the best treatment that meets your smile’s needs.
It’s always more convenient to have all the dental services you need in one location. Whether you need a basic checkup and cleaning to keep your oral health in order or you’re looking to transform your smile’s appearance for life, Fromuth & Langlois Dental is prepared to meet your needs! By having a wide array of services under one roof, you don’t have to travel back and forth between multiple dentists and dental offices.
For many patients, dental visits feel anything but personable. Cold and clinical offices make it incredibly difficult to receive the care they need, whether it’s from the dental office environment itself or from the team members and dentists. At Fromuth & Langlois Dental, we do everything possible to make you feel warmly welcomed, as any member of the family should feel. We listen to your concerns and make sure you understand your treatment plan fully before moving forward.
Dr. Fromuth, Dr. Langlois and the team members at the dental office take continuing education very seriously. Just like any medical field, the world of dentistry is constantly evolving and changing, meaning we need to keep up with these changes in order to ensure optimum care for all patients. Both dentists have completed advanced dental education at the L.D. Pankey Institute, allowing them to stay informed on the latest advancements in dental knowledge, techniques and technology.
Millions of Americans avoid going to the dentist entirely because they have a fear of treatment. These anxious feelings could develop as a result of a poor dental experience at a young age, but regardless of the cause, it can severely affect their ability to receive necessary treatments. With our multiple sedation options, you can feel completely relaxed during every step of your appointment. Nitrous oxide and oral conscious sedation offer relief for patients with mild to severe levels of anxiety or fear!
The work that our dental office performs goes well beyond the walls of the dental office. By being more involved in the community, we hope to change people’s lives and help build lasting relationships with our neighbors in Manchester and the surrounding communities. Whether that’s donating dental care to underserved communities or helping disabled and medically compromised patients, we want to give back however we can. If you know of a community event that Fromuth & Langlois Dental could participate in, let us know!