Welcome to Advanced Dental Arts, the dental office of Dr. Frank J. Fruce. As a dentist in Fulton, with an established reputation for excellence, we take great pride in offering a comprehensive range of dental services and providing our patients with the latest advances in care.
While striving to deliver the finest quality of care to achieve the most successful and pleasing treatment outcomes are our top priorities, we also want your dental experience to be as stress-free and comfortable as possible. Providing gentle and precise treatment, our experienced and compassionate dental team will address all of your needs and keep you well informed throughout your care.
If you are looking for a dentist in Fulton, who can provide high quality and affordable dental care that will meet the needs of every member of your family, give us a call today. We accept many insurance plans and offer flexible financing options so that our patients can begin treatment without any added delays.
This is what we do! Our dentist and team are highly trained experts in all aspects of cosmetic dentistry, and the related procedures.
Financing terms that fit your life. We offer interest-free extended financing with flexible down and monthly payments on all treatment plans.
We accept all major insurance plans and will explain your benefits at your initial consultation.
We believe that trips to the dentist can be something to look forward to. Our team is dedicated to providing the most comfortable and caring experience possible.
Whether you are looking for a new dentist, or have a pressing dental concern, we are here to help.
Our easy-access location on West 1st Street in Fulton offers ample parking in our lot and on the street.
We're proud to be a full-service, innovative dental practice.
Below is a list of just some of the services we offer in-office:
E4D allows for the preparation and placement of a crown within two hours. The system eliminates the need for multiple visits, temporary crowns, and messy dental impressions.
Periodontal (gum) disease damages the surrounding soft tissues and bone that support the teeth. It is predominantly caused by the accumulation of bacteria, mucus and other particles in the form of plaque or tartar that sit between the teeth and the gums.
Losing a tooth due to injury, dental decay, or gum disease can happen. However, in order to avoid causing problems for the adjacent teeth and your overall dental health, it is important to replace the tooth that has been lost.
Dental emergencies can come about in any number of ways. Your discomfort may be due to an injury to the oral facial area, the acute flare up of a longstanding problem, or the result of the sudden onset of seemingly inexplicable pain.
106 West 1st Street South
Fulton, NY 13069