We have resumed full oral health services to care for the overall health of our patients and the communities we serve. As always we remain committed to providing healthcare that is safe and comfortable. See our full message outlining our safety measures here.
Ready to make 2021 the year you spruce up your smile? We’re here to help! Get started by reading our blog post where we delve into the details of three cosmetic dental treatments that will give you a brighter smile.
If you experience a dental emergency this holiday season, you might feel like there’s a lot more that’s frightful than just the weather outside! Read our blog post for advice on how to handle a dental emergency during the holidays.
If you’re like many, you want a brighter smile. You may also want it quickly, safely, and effectively. We offer both take-home and in-office teeth whitening kits for your convenience and satisfaction. Read our blog post for a look at both options.
A dental bridge is a standard process to replace missing teeth. Dental bridges use nearby teeth as an anchor and use crowns to “bridge” the gap between teeth. Dental bridges can be permanent or removable, depending on your needs. Read our blog post to learn all about dental bridges.
Wisdom teeth are the final set of molars that grow in for adults, but they don’t serve much of a function for us today. Getting your wisdom teeth removed is almost a right of passage for teenagers and young adults, but how do you know when it’s time to get them removed? Read our blog post for answers!
Are root canal procedures painful? This might be the most commonly asked question in dentists’ offices across the nation and the world. Root canals are feared for all the wrong reasons. Read our blog post where we help you understand why you need not fear the root canal.
Root canal treatments are tried and true. In fact, the treatment has been performed in some way or another for centuries. With such a long history, root canals have been vulnerable to myths and misconceptions, giving them a confusing reputation. Check out our blog post where we clear up some common misconceptions about this important, tooth-saving procedure.
Noticing blood in your mouth can be concerning. You may wonder if it’s an oral health issue, or if you injured the soft tissue inside of your mouth. At CarolinasDentist, with various locations throughout North Carolina, is here to help our patients understand how to address bleeding gums. Read our blog post to discover possible reasons why your gums bleed.