General Dentistry - Cornelius, NC And Huntersville, NC
Healthy Smiles Begin With Our Cornelius General Dentist
General dentistry is also known as family dentistry. We protect your teeth and gums with preventive services, such as cleanings, and we can also restore your smile with dental implants or dentures.
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Services We Offer
White and Haines Advanced Dentistry, Cornelius general dentists, provide you and your family with exceptional dental care. Treatments include:
- Tooth extraction
- Preventive dentistry
- Oral pathology exam
- Pediatric dentistry
- Root canals
Keeping Smiles of All Ages Healthy and Beautiful
Preventive dentistry includes treatments that protect your smile from decay and disease. Services include dental cleanings, routine exams and x-rays, and oral pathology exams. Fillings for cavities may also be needed to preserve your tooth structure.
We also offer pediatric dentistry and are pleased to provide your children with their first positive dental experience. First visits should be scheduled upon the arrival of the first tooth or the first birthday, whichever comes first. Our doctors will:
- Monitor the health of your child’s smile.
- Identify any potential issues with gums, teeth, or bite misalignment.
- Offer vital information about home care and how your child’s smile is affected by foods, habits, or everyday products.
Restoring the Health and Function of Your Smile
Although we prefer to save your teeth, advanced infection may make that goal impossible. When tooth decay or gum disease has rendered a tooth hopeless, our Cornelius general dentists can provide you with tooth extraction. Immediate replacement is recommended. White and Haines Advanced Dentistry offer tooth restoration to preserve your ability to chew and talk normally and also to make sure you look your best.
Dentures are one method of tooth restoration that is both natural-looking and affordable. Dentures are removable and may be designed to replace a single tooth or a full arch. When a full arch is needed, dentures are typically secured in place with adhesives or with dental implants for a more stable hold.