We genuinely care about the person behind the smile. Our goal is to educate you in achieving and maintaining optimal dental health. To do that, we will correct any dental issues you may have, and teach you how to prevent disease in the future. Please click here for more information about Tooth Decay
Smile restorations are performed through repairing decayed, cracked or broken teeth. Once treatment is diagnosed the dentist will discuss their findings with the patient and together develop a treatment plan to bring their mouth back to optimal dental health.
We understand working dental treatment into your budget is important. We work with our patients, helping them prioritize their dental procedures. We also offer financial counseling and outside financing so the patient can have the needed treatment done promptly, and pay for it on a schedule that is comfortable for them.
Bonding is a cosmetic procedure that restores chipped, cracked, discolored, or misaligned teeth by rebuilding the surface with a plastic material.
Amalgam fillings (otherwise known as silver) are placed in a tooth after decay has been removed. Composite fillings are the more esthetic choice verses amalgam.
A crown (or cap) fully covers the tooth to give it strength. Crowns are recommended to strengthen teeth that are decayed, have cracks, are broken or that have had root canal treatment.
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A bridge is a restoration that spans or replaces the space where one or more teeth have been lost. Bridges are fixed restorations versus partials which are removable.
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An implant is a metal post that is surgically placed under the gum. After the area heals a final restoration is placed.
Partials and dentures are removable appliances made to replace missing teeth.
We offer different types of mouthguards for our patients who clench and grind their teeth. Mouthguards are extremely important because they protect your teeth from the forces you apply on your teeth, especially for patients with dental implants. We even offer a special type of mouthguard for patients who suffer from migraines. In fact, it is the only dental device approved by the FDA for migraine prevention!
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Snoreguard is an appliance that repositions the lower jaw during sleep in an effort to minimize snoring.
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** X-rays, intra-oral photographs and study models are done on a fee for service basis and are not included in the free consultation**
Cotswold Family Dentistry
135 S Sharon Amity Road Suite 204
Charlotte, NC 28211