TOOTH DECAY, ACCIDENTS, and sports-related injuries are a few of the most common causes of…
Did you know that family dentistry can provide far more than general dentistry? When you visit a family practice like ours, you can bring all of your family members of all ages to our one location for everyone’s dental needs.
Would you like to have your orthodontic issues corrected without unsightly metal braces? You can with Invisalign®!
Poor oral hygiene not only impacts the health of your mouth, but it can be linked to other health issues in your body as well. That’s why it’s important to learn and practice the right way to take care of your teeth and gums.
When you don’t like the color of your teeth, it can be hard to smile. Whitening your teeth not only changes your appearance, but it can enhance your confidence and change your countenance, as well.
Your mouth contains many types of bacteria. Some are good, but some are bad. Your mouth has the natural capability to fight off damage with your saliva, but if you abuse your teeth with foods that can cause repetitive attacks on your enamel, you can develop a cavity or other harmful dental issues.
Imperfect teeth, tooth loss, or pain in your gums are just a few of the many issues that can affect your oral health. They can also cause you to lose confidence in your smile. Restorative dentistry can change all of that for you.
With so many advances in the world of dental technology today, you can be confident in what we offer at VP Dental in Raleigh, North Carolina. During your visit with Dr. Valerie M. Preston and the rest of our team, you experience the most cutting-edge practices and tools for your general, restorative, and cosmetic needs.
Practicing healthy oral hygiene habits keeps your teeth and gums strong and functioning at their peak performance. Most everyone knows the importance of brushing your teeth, but flossing plays a strong role in your mouth’s health as well.
You probably know the best way to maintain good oral hygiene is to brush your teeth twice a day and floss once a day. But do you know how often you need to see the dentist?