• How do you know if the dentist you found is a good dentist or not?

    dental check-up and cleaning

    Posted by: Brian Hernandez | On: March 27, 2024

    Going to the dentist can be a nerve-wracking experience for many people. The sound of the drill, the sterile smell of the office, and the fear of potentially painful procedures can make even the bravest souls feel anxious. Finding a good dentist who understands your fears, provides quality care, and puts your well-being first is […]

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  • The Best Teeth Whitening Ever: Deep Bleaching Ultra

    Posted by: Charles Payet | On: June 10, 2020

    In more than 2 decades of practicing dentistry full time, I’ve tried a lot of teeth whitening systems.  From the ZOOM! In-Office Whitening (one of the first with the bright blue light) to Ultradent’s Opalescence  Whitening Gels (still our favorite at-home teeth whitening system) and more, we’ve tried them.  But when it comes to whitening […]

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  • COVID-19 Closure Announcement

    Posted by: Charles Payet | On: March 16, 2020

      To all our valued patients, With the recent events surrounding COVID-19 (coronavirus), we have decided to suspend all non-essential dental services including preventative care (hygiene services) immediately for the safety of our family, our amazing team and their families, all of our patients, and the community at large. What does this mean, more exactly? […]

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  • Dental X-rays: Why, Which, & When?

    Frequently Asked Questions about dental x-rays

    Posted by: Charles Payet | On: November 9, 2019

    Digital dental x-rays have come a long way in improving our ability to diagnose problems in your teeth and jaws.  But which ones do you need, when do you need them, and why do dentists recommend each kind? Types of Dental X-rays Periapical X-rays   Periapical x-rays capture the full length of 1 or more […]

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  • What is Root Resorption? Can it Be Fixed?

    Posted by: Charles Payet | On: August 11, 2019

    Root Resorption comes in 2 flavors, so to speak: Internal and External.  It’s one of the least common reasons for losing a tooth, compared to tooth decay and gum disease.  When it is found though, it usually means the tooth is doomed.  But what is root resorption? Internal & External Root Resorption FAQs The term […]

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  • Implant Overdentures for a Confident Smile

    Charlotte dental implant overdentures

    Posted by: Charles Payet | On: June 29, 2019

    As I mentioned in the post about my wife’s cosmetic dentistry with porcelain veneers, treating family can be stressful.  After all, if anything goes wrong, we literally have to live with them afterwards!  However, it’s equally true that the results are even a little more gratifying.  😀 The implant overdentures that we did for my […]

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