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Exeter Family & Cosmetic Dentistry
5 out of 5 stars
5 reviews
90 Gibraltar Rd
Reading, PA 19606, USA
(610) 370-5955
Charles Squire
5 out of 5 stars
Cristal is always a delight, very knowledgeable and sharing. Patient concern always first for her. Same comments for Doctor Rouzer. Thanks! Chuck Squire
Christina Charles
5 out of 5 stars
I hadn't been to the dentist in a while, but Crystal made my experience the most pleasant and most comfortable one yet! She made sure I was informed and comfortable every time she explained or did something to my teeth and gums. I'm so glad I chose to make an appointment, now I can get back on track with my dental care and keeping my teeth healthy! Dr. Rouzer was nice and courteous and explained the procedure I will need to have done to correct my tooth. Overall I had such a pleasant experience and the staff is wonderful!! Thanks
Deb Green
5 out of 5 stars
7/14/16 was my first visit to Exeter Family Dentistry. I found the receptionist very helpful and friendly. Their wasn't any wait time, I was immediately helped and introduced to the hygentist. The office is extremely welcoming and the staff are both professional and knowledgeable. I felt extremely at ease and the service was quite positive. The hygienist explained each procedure and frequently checked to see how I felt. The dentist was also friendly and patiently asked and answered all questions. I most certainly recommend the Exeter Family Dentist office and scheduled future cleaning visits in the next few months.

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Exeter Family & Cosmetic Dentistry is rated 4 out of 5 stars based on 14 reviews.


Q: What are dental sealants?

A: Dental sealants are a thin coating made of plastic that we painted onto the surfaces of the tooth. This is usually done on the back teeth (molars and pre-molars) and is used to prevent tooth decay. The liquid sealant quickly bonds into the grooves of the tooth, which forms a protective shield over its enamel.

Q: How safe are mouth X-rays?

A: The dose of radiation you are exposed to during the taking of x-rays is extremely small. There have been many advances over the years, especially with regard to x-rays. There are now digital X-ray machines that limit the radiation beam to the small area being viewed. There are also film holders that keep the film in place in the mouth, which reduces the need for repeat x-rays. Overall, technology advances has made it very safe to get mouth x-rays.

Q: When should my child get his first check-up?

A: It is recommended for children to have their first dental visit by one year of age. This provides the best dental environment for preventing any dental issues before they occur.

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Replacing a missing tooth is about more than beauty. If left alone, other teeth will slowly shift into the empty space. This changes the alignment of your jaw and makes teeth harder to clean.



Tooth decay, gum disease, and injury can all lead to missing teeth. Dentures return your smile and your confidence.


Emergency Care

When emergencies happen, you can’t wait for the morning. You can’t wait for the weekend to be over. You need a dentist now.



Invisalign® is a way to straighten teeth without the use of metal braces. Clear plastic aligners are almost invisible, and are easy to take out for eating & brushing.



Straight teeth don’t just look better – they make your body healthier. Crooked teeth are harder to clean. This can lead to gum disease and more.


Sleep Apnea

Are you always sleepy during the day? Snoring at night? Having trouble remembering details? You might be suffering from sleep apnea.


Teeth Whitening

It’s easy to stain teeth. Coffee, tea, tobacco, and others can leave ugly marks. Fortunately, it’s a simple process to lighten them up.


Periodontal Disease

If your gums bleed when brushing or eating, it may be a sign of gum disease, or gingivitis. Without professional care, this can lead to periodontitis.

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Exeter Family & Cosmetic Dentistry
90 Gibraltar Road
Reading, PA 19606
(610) 370-5955

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Friday By Arrangement
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
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