Start this new year with a smile that is clean, healthy, and fresh! Check out the new location of our dental office at 209 Aquadale Road, Oakboro, NC 28129. We look forward to helping you and your family have superb oral health. Contact us today.
If you often have pale white or yellow lumps on and in your tonsils, check out our blog post for tips to prevent their formation. Contact us for help easing your discomfort!
Check out our blog post to learn about our payment options here at Oakboro Family Dentistry. We want your entire family to get the dental care they need. Schedule a visit to our office today!
Are you missing teeth? Read our blog post to learn about options to restore your smile: dental implants, dentures, and implant-supported dentures. Your dream smile is within reach. Schedule your consultation by contacting us today!
Read our blog post to learn about the Tooth Mouse in Spanish-speaking countries. We can help keep your child's baby teeth strong! Schedule their next checkup to be sure their oral health is in superb condition.
Check out our blog post to discover the difference between a pediatric dentist and a family dentist. Our Oakboro Family Dentistry team wants to develop a lasting relationship with each member of your family. Choose us to be your family's dentist! Contact us today.
Read our blog post to learn what fluoride is, why it's added to the community water supply, and how it helps strengthen your teeth. Are your teeth strong and cavity-free? Contact us to schedule your next dental checkup and cleaning!
Check out our blog post to discover 5 foods that can harm your teeth. If you want to learn about which foods promote healthy teeth, our friendly team is here to help. Contact us today!
A chipped tooth doesn't have to be a permanent problem. Read our blog post to learn about how dental veneers and chipped tooth bonding can restore your smile. Dr. Bobo will fix your broken tooth so you can feel confident about your smile. Contact our family dental practice to schedule your appointment!
Do you have a sweet tooth? Read our blog post to learn about xylitol, a sweetener commonly found in sugar-free chewing gum. We describe where this sugar substitute comes from and how it helps prevent cavities. Contact us for more dental health information! Nuestro dentista habla español.