We Take Dental Care to a New Level
We want you to feel at home and comfortable at our office. Dr. Angart’s practice is designed in a way that allows patients to be active partners in their dental health. With an emphasis on educating patients and creating a pleasant setting, we are committed to personalizing our services to fit the needs of each patient.
Cone Beam Technology
Cone Beam Technology has changed the way Dr. Angart approaches imaging. A dental cone beam (often referred to as a CT scanner) is a special type of X-ray equipment—used when regular dental or facial X-rays are not sufficient.
Dr. Angart’s background in ceramics has bolstered his expertise in cosmetic dentistry. He focuses on bonding, full mouth cosmetics, teeth whitening, veneers and more to help you discover your most beautiful smile—and keep it healthy.
If you’re experiencing pain or notice major changes in the appearance of your teeth and gums, call us right away at 614-635-9849. We will be able to determine if you need to be seen immediately, and how to reach us after hours.
We’ll take great care of you and your whole family, whether it’s to simply maintain excellent dental health, solve an urgent issue, or perform a cosmetic procedure. We’ve taken special steps to accommodate patients’ needs at any age.
At New Albany Smiles, we are pleased to invest in the latest technology for your comfort, well-being and overall dental satisfaction. Our office is highly experienced with using lasers-in fact, we've been performing laser dentistry since 2006.
If a beautiful smile and a healthy mouth is what you’re looking for, Dr. Angart will help you get there. Using cutting-edge technology, our genuine team can replace or repair damaged or missing teeth and bring dental gums back to a healthy state.
New Albany Smiles has invested in a Biolase® dental laser to perform a variety of procedures with minimal pain, bleeding, or recovery time. Now dental patients and dentists are able to reap the benefits of this amazing technology.
When you come to New Albany Smiles, we’re always on the lookout for early signs of gum disease that you may not be able to notice yourself. If we see signs of trouble, periodontal therapy may be the solution.