Dr. David A. Dischler, DDS, MAGD
Dentist | General Practice33755 N Scottsdale Rd Unit 115 Scottsdale AZ, 85266
Dr. Dischler is a dedicated dentist in North Scottsdale and has been involved in community and volunteer service since 1977. He is past president of the Arizona Dental Association, The Arizona Board of Dental Examiners, and has achieved the Master designation in the Academy of General Dentistry. Dr. Dischler is a general dentist concentrating on preventive dentistry, restorative dentistry, and high quality cosmetic full mouth rehabilitation. Dr. Dischler is approved as a Qualified Dentist by the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine to treat Sleep Apnea. He is acknowledged by his patients as a caring, compassionate practitioner. Boulders Dental Art offers cutting edge, high tech delivery of today’s dental procedures in a comfortable, calming environment. The patients are surrounded by the serenity of the majestic boulders in North Scottsdale. Our practice exemplifies honesty, empathy, and compassion, considering the patients best interest as our goal.
Education and Training
New York University DDS, MAGD 1977
American Board of Sleep Medicine
Dr. David A. Dischler, DDS, MAGD's Expert Contributions
Hi,Every person is different and every situation needs to be managed carefully. Typically you should discontinue taking Eliquis 48 hours prior to an elective invasive procedure and resume it at your next regularly scheduled time. You should contact your prescribing physician and get his input. Dr. D READ MORE
You should have a build-up and crown within two weeks. After endontic treatment there is no longer blood supply to the tooth and it can become brittle and fracture. READ MORE
You can bite into most foods but, it is not advisable to bite into something really hard. Crowns are as suseptable to chipping and cracking as your own natural dentition. READ MORE
If the dentures are made properly you should be able eat most foods. Lettuce may be difficult and hard crunchy foods are not recommended, since they can crack the denture. READ MORE
Hi,Sore gums after brushing can come from several different causes. There may be a heavy buildup of tartar which will make the gums severely inflamed. Your gums may also be infected which is called Acute Necrotizing Ulsurative Ginivitis (ANUG). If there is a new toothbrush, the bristles are usually sharp and will irritate the gums, leading to soreness. To resolve this problem, you will need to visit a dentist and have a deep scaling, maybe some antibiotics, and a dedicated home care regime until all the soreness is resolved. READ MORE
Your partial needs to be professionally adjusted. Go back to your doctor and let him change the tightness of the clasps. If you try to adjust it, you may break the clasp and then have to have a new partial constructed.Dr.d READ MORE
In the hands of an experienced dentist you can contruct realistic looking dentures. Exact measurements, ideal impressions and a prosthetic lab will give the patient dentures that look real and feel great.There are other options which should be discussed for dentition replacement but under certain conditions dentures can be a less costly option and create a pleasing smile. READ MORE
Under normal circumstances removal of third molars does not effect the jawline. READ MORE
A cyst on your gum may be a symtom of a more serious condition. You should not attempt to remove it yourself, instead see a dental professional. READ MORE
If dentures are made correctly and fit well, there should be no dietary limitations. READ MORE
Pain is not normal after brushing. If this happens be sure to change your tooth brush to a soft bristle style. Use a different tooth paste like Sensodyne.If the problem persists, make an appointment with your dentist. READ MORE
Not if the preparation is done correctly. Adequate anesthesia is important, and a good fitting temporary crown is essential for a painless experience. READ MORE
Diclofenac with two Tylenol twice daily. Ice pack 20 minutes on and 20 minutes off on day one.lf that doesn't give relief call your dentist. READ MORE
You should have some pain for the first 48 hours. If pain persists, have your dentist evaluate the surgical site. READ MORE
When properly prepared, crowns do not weaken teeth. READ MORE
Brush denture with a finger nail brush and warm soap and water. The denture should look like the day it was delivered. When the denture is not in your mouth, place it in a cup with water. This will help from damaging or losing the denture. READ MORE
First we would evaluate the fracture and make certain there is no pulp involvement to rule out the need for a root canal or extraction. If the tooth tests healthy, depending on the size of the crack, the tooth can be restored with a filling, a veneer or a crown. Good question. READ MORE
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Faculty Titles & Positions
- Past President Arizona State Board of Dental Examiners -
- Past President Arizona Dental Association 2002 - 2003
- Qualified Dentist Designation 2020 Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine
- American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine
- Academy of General Dentistry
- International college of Dentists
- American Dental Association
Dr. David A. Dischler, DDS, MAGD's Practice location
Get to know Dr. David A. Dischler, who serves patients in Scottsdale, Arizona.
A top dentist, Dr. Dischler sees patients at his private practice, Boulders Dental Art, in North Scottsdale, Arizona.
Dr. Dischler is a graduate of New York University and has practiced high quality, patient centered dentistry for over forty years. He is a member of the American Dental Association, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, and the International college of Dentists. He achieved the prestigious Master of the Academy of General Dentistry in 2013, and the Qualified Dentist Designation from the Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine in 2020, which enhanced his excellence in dental delivery. Dr. Dischler also served as a board member of the Charitable Foundation for a local non-profit dental insurance company.
After graduating with his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from New York University College of Dentistry in 1977, Dr. Dischler practiced on Park Avenue for a short period of time. He then moved with his family to Arizona and began his practice in Scottsdale. He mentored with a senior dentist for five years, during which time he worked in his private practice on a part-time basis.
The mission of Boulders Dental Art is to provide the highest quality dentistry from single tooth restorations to total oral rehabilitation. Dental delivery in the office takes a holistic approach by integrating total patient health with dental care.
The atmosphere at Boulders Dental Art is extremely high tech but warm and inviting. The minute an individual walks through the front door, they will immediately be overwhelmed by a friendly, comfortable environment. While the staff is always professional, each patient is treated like a family member, with sincere caring that becomes apparent in the delivery of high-quality dental care.
Dr. Dischler has accumulated over 1100 hours of continuing education credits and was awarded the status of Master of the Academy of General Dentistry (MAGD) in 2013. Dr. Dischler has also been inducted into three honorary Dental Academies for his leadership and volunteer work in the local and state dental associations.
On a more personal note, his hobbies include reading, hiking, automobiles, and flying. He speaks English, Italian, and Spanish.
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