Modern technology continues to improve in the dental field. Our office uses the latest technology to make it easier to diagnose and treat dental problems. Read our blog post to see how we use dental technology for diagnoses and treatments.
For strong and healthy teeth, regular trips to the dentist are essential. Most people need only two checkups every six months. If you need other dental work completed, you’ll come in more often. When is the best time of year to see the dentist? Read our blog post to find out!
A cracked tooth can be a big dental problem. If the crack is serious, it can expose the nerves in your tooth and cause a lot of pain. Without treatment, serious cracks can lead to health issues. Read our blog post for the signs a tooth or teeth may be cracked.
If you’ve been experiencing regular jaw pain, headaches, popping and clicking, or other disruptions in the normal working of your jaw, you may have temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder. Read our blog post where we discuss some of the common symptoms of TMJ disorder as well as share some of the ways our team can help!
Looking for a new dentist in Charlotte, North Carolina? Look no further than River Vista Dentistry. We offer comprehensive, affordable dental care for the whole family. Read our blog post to learn more about what we offer, and why we’re the best for your budget.
Today, people smile big for the camera. But it wasn’t always like that. Read our blog post where we explain the history of smiling and its social impact.
You do everything you can do be healthy. You brush, floss, eat plenty of fruits and veggies, and exercise. But what about the health of our planet? Read our blog post for ways to make your dental routine more environmentally friendly.
If you fear visits to the doctor or dentist, you aren’t alone. It’s a very common fear. That’s why we work to make our office and amenities as comfortable as possible. Read our blog post to see how our office strives to make sure our patients feel relaxed and comfortable.
You may have heard us bring up gingivitis in your dental appointments. It’s a common affliction, affecting nearly half of all American adults and it can become a serious issue if not addressed. Read our blog post for information about gingivitis and what you can do about it.
Just like with medical professionals, there are a number of different specializations within dentistry. On our blog post, we go over some of the common types of dental specialists, what they do, and when you might need to see them. Read on to learn more!