Our dental practices provide preventive, restorative, and emergency dental care for children and adults at three locations in downtown Greenfield, BFMC and Orange.
*** PLEASE NOTE: We have currently paused NEW patient acceptance. We apologize for any inconvenience, we will keep our page updated with any changes.
Urgent Dental Care at BFMC:
Greenfield Dental Clinic:
Orange Dental Clinic:
164 High St
Greenfield, MA 01301
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102 Main St
Greenfield, MA 01301
7:00 am to 5:30 pm
119 New Athol Road
Orange, MA 01364
7:30 am to 5:30 pm
Phone lines open at 8:00 am
Services We Provide
Preventative services including semi-annual exams and cleanings
Sealants and fillings
Extractions, including “wisdom teeth”
Root canals, crowns, dentures
Other general dental procedures and treatments, such as silver diamine fluoride treatments
Urgent Dental Care at BFMC
We provide same day access for dental emergencies through a new call-in process. Call in hours start at 8:00 am and appointments are booked same day on a first come first serve basis until full.
We Now Offer Silver Diamine Fluoride Treatments
What is Silver Diamine Fluoride (SDF)?
Silver Diamine Fluoride (SDF) is an aqueous solution composed of Silver, Fluoride and Ammonia used on some forms of decay. It is applied using a micro brush in a matter of minutes without the use of a drill or needles of any kind. This is an ideal treatment for use with children or those with dental anxiety.
Silver Diamine Fluoride has been used extensively around the globe for decades. Advantage Arrest silver diamine fluoride 38% will change how you offer your patients the protection they deserve. Advantage Arrest:
Provides immediate relief from dental hypersensitivity
Kills pathogenic organisms
Hardens softened dentin making it more acid and abrasion resistant
I was very inspired by Dr. Szal's life, work and approach to care - what an amazing individual. I loved the spirit of not accepting an unfair status quo, and doing everything - EVERYTHING - to provide the best care possible. Down to spinning the patients blood to create a fibrin patch to repair their bone because this person was in dire need, or staying late on Saturdays to treat patients and offering mouth sculpting so that folks could get life changing dentures. I think many in that position would say 'its too much to ask'; or 'it can't be done, I don't have the resources"; and that Dr. Szal wouldn't accept that as okay was so inspiring.
— Clinical Student from Harvard/MGH