Dr. John W. Kachurak
Doctor of Dental Medicine

522 Juniper St, Quakertown, PA 18951
(215) 538-0788

"The Friendly Family Dentist"

  • Convenient Hours
  • Friendly Knowledgeable Service
  • Most Major Insurances Accepted
  • Conveniently Located in Quakertown


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Dr Kachurak's Dental Office Currently Provides the Following Services:

  • Adult and Child Prophylaxis
    • Prophylaxis is any measure taken to prevent a disease or condition. Adult and child prophylaxis could consist of regular cleaning of the teeth in addition to removal of plaque to prevent cavities and gum disease such as gingivitis. The word prophylaxis is Greek in origin and means "an advance guard".
  • Comfortable Root Canals
  • Cosmetic Dentistry, Including Veneers, Bonding, No-Metal Crowns
  • Oral Surgery
  • Endodontic Treatment
  • Full Dentures
  • Full Range Periodontal Therapy
  • Implant Dentistry
  • Mercury Removal
  • Night Guards – Ease Jaw Pain from Grinding at Night
  • Patient Safety Management
  • Pediatric Dentistry
  • Preventative Treatment
  • Prosthetic Treatment, Including Bridges and Precision Partials
    • Crown and caps refer to the same restorative treatment. The proper term is “crown” because it covers the whole crown of the tooth. A tooth typically requires a crown for different reasons. It is badly broken down (decayed or broken down existing filling). Has been filled several times during the patient’s life and the tooth has become weakened because of the stress of chewing. Has been treated with a root canal and has a temporary filling. Crack tooth syndrome, which is when a cusp or multiple cusps of the teeth have cracks which when chewing the tooth actually flexes and causes discomfort.
    • Inlay or Onlay when a tooth doesn’t need a crown but the restoration is too large for a composite filling.
    • Bridges are fixed (not removable) prosthetics to fill in spaces of missing teeth, or teeth that are loose due to bone loss or periodontal involved.
    • Dentures are generally classified as partial or full. Partial dentures are designed to replace a small section of teeth, and help prevent existing teeth from shifting position. Full dentures replace a full arch of teeth such as upper denture or lower denture. There are different kinds of dentures and partials depending on your current or future situation.
    • Implants
  • Same Day Denture or Partial Repair
  • Teeth Whitening - Home Whitening Options Available
  • Tooth Colored Resins Which Exceed the Standards of the Previous Fillings
  • Proudly an Amalgam Free Office - No More Silver Mercury Fillings