Tooth sensitivity can be uncomfortable and even painful. Maintaining good oral hygiene and regular cleanings at Oakboro Family Dentistry can help prevent many issues. If you have questions about tooth sensitivity or want to schedule an appointment, please contact us today!
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Our Oakboro Family Dentistry team looks forward to seeing you and your family at your next preventive visit. We are dedicated to supporting our patients in their efforts to develop good oral hygiene habits. Contact us to schedule today!
Professional cleanings & exams are an essential part of protecting your gum health. Only a dental professional can diagnose gum disease & perform cleanings that remove tartar. Oakboro Family Dentistry offers treatments like deep cleanings & Arestin, which is an antibiotic.
Our team at Oakboro Family Dentistry hopes your holiday season is filled with happy memories with loved ones. We want you to look and feel your best during the holidays. Call to schedule a dental exam & cleaning or teeth whitening before the end of the year.
Dr. Bobo and Dr. Riley usually use fillings or dental crowns to strengthen a cracked tooth and protect it from bacteria. For strong and healthy teeth, maintain good oral hygiene and come to our Oakboro office twice a year. If you have any questions about cracked teeth or the services we offer, please contact us today!
There’s a wide range of possibilities for why your breath might smell bad, but Oakboro Family Dentistry can help. After a check-up and consultation, we'll suggest personalized treatment to bring you back to fresh, clean breath. Contact us for a consultation.
Our family-friendly practice in Oakboro, NC is always here to help when it comes to ensuring you and your family have beautiful, healthy smiles with our various dental services.
Read our blog to learn more about what is considered a dental emergency. Give our front office a call if you need to arrange for dental services. We are taking extra precautions to control the spread of disease.
If you still have your tonsils, you may find yourself afflicted with tonsil stones, also known as tonsilloliths, at some point in your life. If you are suffering from the symptoms listed in our blog, come see us at Oakboro Family Dentistry for relief.
Are cavities contagious? The answer is a little tricky. Cavities are the small holes left after decay causes damage to the teeth. They can’t be spread to other teeth, but the bacteria that lead to cavities can be spread. Read our blog post for more details!