General & Family Dentistry
Our team works with patients from children to seniors in achieving a healthy smile and preventing dental problems.
We offer a wide range of services to restore your smile after a cavity or trauma has caused damage.
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Welcome to Dr. Thomas E. Condron, DDS
Dr. Thomas E. Condron is a dentist in Clarksburg, WV who can help you and your family achieve and maintain healthy smiles! At our office we diagnose, treat, and provide care to prevent dental issues and to treat those that do arise. We provide quality general dentistry by offering all of the services necessary to keep your smile functional and healthy!
An Experienced Dentist Committed to Your Smile’s Health
Dr. Condron and his team offer a wide range of general and restorative dental services for the whole family, including routine cleanings, dental hygiene education, crowns and bridges, dental implants, periodontal care, and more. Dr. Condron schedules patients on a time-needed basis to ensure that each patient receives the treatment they need. We offer free estimates and a complete written consultation after your exam and x-rays to review treatment needs, costs, and payment options.
Dr. Condron graduated from West Virginia University in 1971. He served on the faculty of WVU from 1972-1975, progressing from an instructor to an assistant professor. He began his practice in Clarksburg on the third floor of a nine-floor building. His practice grew, and in 1989 he purchased his current location with two floors, access to parking lots and a close proximity to his home. He decided to leave his teaching position to spend more time with his family and at his practice. Dr. Condron is a member, by invitation, of the American College of Dentists.
Start working towards a healthier smile today! To schedule an appointment, contact us today at 304-623-4984. We look forward to working with you!
Frequently Asked Questions:
- Is a root canal painful?
No, root canals are usually painless because dentists now use local anesthesia before the procedure to numb the tooth and its surrounding areas. So, you should feel no pain at all during the procedure. However, mild pain and discomfort are normal for a few days after a root canal is conducted.
- How do I know if I have a cavity?
Toothache, spontaneous pain or pain that occurs without any apparent cause. Tooth sensitivity. Mild to sharp pain when eating or drinking something sweet, hot or cold. Visible holes or pits in your teeth.
- Are fluoride treatments worth it?
Yes! Not only does fluoride prevent decay, it can also reduce root hypersensitivity such as cold sensitivity and sensitivity during dental cleanings, which can be common with gum recession.
- What is considered dental restoration?
If your teeth are missing, decayed, weakened or fractured, you might need a dental restoration. Examples of dental restorations include fillings, crowns, implants, bridges and dentures. See your dentist if you’re having any problems with your teeth.
- How often should I have a dental exam and cleaning?
You should visit your dentist every 6 months to a year to get a routine examination and cleaning. If you have a history of periodontal disease, you should get your teeth cleaned more often in order to prevent the recurrence of infections or disease.