BG3 Northeastern-Dental

Call us now: 717-266-6694 Serving 12 PA communities

Creating Beautiful Smiles

5100 Board Rd Mt. Wolf, PA  17347

Happy Family

Gentle Family Dentistry for Young and Old

Total dental care

Northeastern Dental is your trusted resource for family-oriented dental care. From regular checkups and dental x-rays to fillings and consultations on pediatric care, Dr. Michael Passmore works with your whole family for your good health.

  • Digital X-rays

  • Fluoride treatments

  • Oral cancer exams

  • Oral hygiene aids

  • Sealants

  • Dental exams and cleanings

  • Home care

Essential early pediatric dentistry

It may surprise you to know that pediatric dentists place particular emphasis on the proper maintenance and care of deciduous (baby) teeth.


These teeth will later be replaced by permanent teeth, but they are essential in developing good chewing habits and proper speech production, and they also hold space for the adult teeth to come.


Dr. Passmore will help your child become comfortable with dentistry by creating a fun, relaxing, and friendly office environment.


You can help by making visits a regular part of the child's life and by avoiding scary words like "drill," "needle," and "injection." Together we can help your child develop a healthy attitude toward dentists and dental care!

Fight fear with knowledge

Nothing fights anxiety like knowing what's happening, so read up on root canals, sedation, and extractions.


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We have many payment options to help you keep your family in good health.

Ask about our teeth whitening kit, available for only $99!

Importance of early childhood dental visits

     Childhood dental care offers a variety of important services that will be important

     throughout the life of your child.

  • Education - both so the child understands the importance of dental health and so you as the parent can help prevent disease and trauma, and promote good eating habits

  • Growth monitoring - to ensure no problems are developing and to intervene before they become bigger issues, which can hurt your child's self-esteem

  • Prevention - to reduce future tooth decay through checkups, sealants, topical fluoride applications, and the teaching of good brushing and flossing techniques

  • Intervention - dealing with oral injury, biting alignment, or teeth grinding through space maintainers, nighttime mouth guards, or reconstructive surgery