Good dental health is a key ingredient in maintaining overall wellness during your lifetime. Dental well-being is part of the big picture of health, affecting nutrition, digestion, appearance, self-esteem and everyday comfort, to name a few. And you play a role in your own oral health and hygiene. Working with your dentist and other oral health care professionals, you and your family can take the right steps today to maintain good dental health for years to come.
We provide dental care services from our Binghamton facilities for people of any age, from children to the elderly. And we offer many treatment options, such as anesthesia or sedation, for patients with special needs, those who are medically compromised, or who have severe handicapping limitations.
In addition, we provide dental screenings for oral cancer, and special treatment for patients who are undergoing radiation or chemotherapy, both pre-and post-surgically, for head or neck cancer.
We promise that you will always be treated with courtesy and respect at the Dental Services center, and that we will provide you with the most advanced techniques and clinical excellence available in the care of the teeth and mouth. Whether you are a new patient, or have been with us for some time, you can expect the same high level of caring, service and expertise.
- Education about oral hygiene and preventing cavities
- Complete examinations, X-rays and treatment planning
- Fluoride treatments to strengthen teeth
- Filling of cavities
- Treatment of gum disease
- Extractions and minor oral surgery
- Fitting of crowns, bridges and dentures
We’re here five days a week—by appointment—to care for you and every member of your family.
Reminder: Hospital visiting is still restrictedJanuary 12, 2021
Check the UHS website directly for visitor restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Virtual screenings are available as well.
First COVID-19 vaccines given at UHS Chenango Memorial HospitalDecember 23, 2020
On Tuesday, December 22, Dr. Jason Joseph became the first person to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in Chenango County.
Thanks to Teng family, thousands of masks come to UHSDecember 23, 2020
UHS has increased its supply of COVID-19 masks, thanks to a family connection and a generous donation that links medical supply companies on Long Island with UHS’ warehouse in the Southern Tier.
UHS' Dr. Jones among first to get vaccinated for COVID-19December 23, 2020
An infectious disease specialist was one of the first members of the UHS team to get the vaccine for COVID-19 on Dec. 19. Zachary Jones, MD, joined several other regional providers to get in line for the shot.