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Patient-Focused Dental care in Southwestern PA & Northern WV

Cornerstone Care Family Dentistry

As a non-profit network of Community Health Centers, the ongoing mission of Cornerstone Care is to make dental care affordable and accessible for underserved residents in Southwestern Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia.

Patients can receive premier dental services at any one of our many locations, all on a sliding fee scale based on family size and income. Our dental team makes it a point to maintain the highest standard of quality in every aspect of our dental services. Our mobile medical and dental units travel throughout our service area, delivering healthcare to patients who have limited or no access to transportation as well. 

You can stop scouring the web for ‘dental cleanings near me’ when you become a patient at Cornerstone Care.

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Dentist taking care of whole family

Affordable Dental Care Located Near You

Comprehensive Dental and Orthodontics for All Ages

Cornerstone Care provides a full range of adult and pediatric dental care and orthodontics. From cleanings to fillings and root canals to crowns, our dentists are experts at easing discomfort and relating on a personal level with each patient’s dental care plan. We are committed to providing patients in the southwestern, PA & northern, WV regions excellent dental care, regardless of insurance status, income level, or ability to pay. 

Our dental team provides the following services on a sliding fee scale based on family size and income.:

  • Dental exams
  • Cleanings
  • Fillings
  • Root canals
  • Crowns 
  • Bridges

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Maximizing Access To Dental Care & Education

If you’re a Cornerstone Care Dental patient and either uninsured or underinsured, our Smile Care Program offers payment assistance for basic dental care services, thanks to funding from the Delta Dental Community Foundation.

In addition, Cornerstone Care’s Outreach Department provides mobile dental services. Our licensed dentists and hygienists visit local Head Start programs, schools, child care centers, and other community locations to provide complete preventative dental services including dental exam, dental cleaning, x-rays, fluoride application and dental sealants.  The goal is to provide preventative oral healthcare for children and to provide a dental home for patients.  The mobile program provides oral health education for parents and youth about the importance of good oral health and an understanding of how oral health impacts overall health. 

Cornerstone Care provides classroom-based education programs to teach children healthy dental habits early in life. If you are interested in visiting Southwestern PA's & Northern WV's top dentist, make an appointment with Cornerstone Care today. 

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Frequently Asked Questions 

How Often Should I Get a Teeth Cleaning?

As a general rule of thumb, adults should visit their dentist for a cleaning once every six months. However, you may need more frequent visits depending on your oral needs.

How Often Should my Child See the Dentist?

Children should visit the dentist by their first birthday, or 6 months after the eruption of their first tooth. After that, experts recommend that children visit the dentist twice a year. 

How Can I Get my Kids to Brush Their Teeth?

One of the most effective ways to get your kids to practice good habits is by modeling good habits yourself. Be enthusiastic about brushing your own teeth to help make your child excited about brushing theirs. Cornerstone Care’s dental hygienists can recommend creative ways to encourage your children to brush their teeth if you want suggestions. 

Is Fluoride Important for Dental Health?

Fluoride is a naturally-occurring mineral found in water and a variety of foods that helps prevent tooth decay. It does this by making tooth enamel more resistant to acid from plaque and bacteria in the mouth. Children who drink fluoridated water from birth have been found to experience less dental decay when compared to children who don’t.