Welcome to The Savannah Dental Office of Steven G. Berwitz, DMD

Your patient experience and comfort are our primary focus.

Savannah dentist Dr. Steven G. Berwitz, DMD, is committed to providing you with a personalized, gentle experience on each and every visit to our office, starting with your initial consultation. During your appointment, Dr. Berwitz will take time to consult with you personally. He will thoroughly answer all of your questions and address any concerns. With his years of experience as a General, Cosmetic, and Restorative Dentist, Dr. Berwitz will provide expert comprehensive dental care for you and your whole family.

¡Hablamos español! For your convenience, our Spanish-speaking team members are happy to assist you in your native language.

Your care will be as individual as you are.

Your oral health needs and goals are the core of your individualized treatment plan. Every person has different ideas of what their perfect smile should be. Our team will listen carefully to what you want and fully discuss all treatment options with you before asking you to make any decisions about your care. You can be confident your choices will help you achieve a beautiful, healthy smile.

Your treatment will be cutting-edge.

We offer a wide variety of services that utilize the most effective and efficient techniques and technologies available. You will discover that our team works to anticipate any oral health care needs you or your family may have. Some of these include:

  • Special Needs: Dr. Berwitz has years of experience in treating patients with special needs in a gentle manner tailored to work for each individual.
  • Hospital-based Dentistry: Dentist in Savannah, Dr. Berwitz is on staff in a local Savannah hospital, where he provides operating room procedures using general anesthesia when needed.
  • Nitrous Oxide: Dr. Berwitz offers Nitrous Oxide sedation as a safe, effective option for patients who may benefit from its relaxing properties, such as those who suffer from dental anxiety or phobia.
  • Digital Impressions: Dr. Berwitz, Savannah GA Dentist, uses digital impressions to enhance the fit and functionality of custom prosthetics.
  • Trauma Care: As an active Hospital Dentist, Dr. Berwitz treats patients with teeth that have been fractured or broken due to trauma.

Whatever your oral health needs, we want to provide you with a comfortable, high-quality, personalized experience and a beautiful, healthy smile.

Call today to schedule your consultation with Dr. Steven Berwitz, dentist in Savannah, and let us help you achieve the smile you've always dreamed of having.

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7 Oglethorpe Professional Blvd., Suite 2, Savannah, GA 31406

  • Monday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Thursday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Friday: By appointment only
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