Fredericksburg Dental Center, LLC
120 South Tan Street Suite #2
Fredericksburg, PA 17026

An Independently owned Dental Office for over 30 years

(717) 865-3457


Global Dental Relief

Holiday Spirit for Global Dental Relief. Fredericksburg Dental Center is very proud to be a part of Global Dental Relief and help raise awareness for dental health. Find our holiday picture on the map by clicking the link above!

LPPD Youth Forensics Academy

Dr. Stewart was proud to have been a presentor at the recent LPPD Youth Forensics Academy From June 26-30, the LPPD conducted a Youth Forensics Academy. The course was taught at the Police Department and the Dauphin County Technical School. The course was paid for by proceeds from the Minute Man Games Adventure Race as […]

Importance of General Dental Checkups

People often wait too long to head to the dental office for a regular checkup. While most preventative dental care happens at home, it’s important to visit a professional dentist every six months to manage plaque, check for diseases, and prevent complications from coming up in the future. Oral hygiene is directly linked to keeping […]

Protecting your Smile with Sports Guards

Daily exercise is an important part of a healthy, active lifestyle. For children in particular, sports are an important part of everyday life. However, without taking the right preventive steps, many patients may find themselves facing dental accidents or emergencies during athletic activities. To help protect your smile from possible damage, consider investing in a […]

Teeth Jewelry

If you are searching for something different for this year’s Prom… A “Twinkle” might be the bling you are looking for! The “Twinkle” is a small, clear Swarovski Crystal that is glued to your tooth. This tooth jewelry can be removed by the Dentist after the event. Call Fredericksburg Dental Center to make an appointment […]

The Importance of Children’s Dentistry

Maintaining a healthy smile throughout adulthood begins with learning the right oral hygiene habits during childhood. According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, it is recommended that children visit the dentist for their first checkup when their first tooth emerges and come in for routine cleanings every six months thereafter. While these frequent visits […]

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