Types of Dental Cleanings & When You Need Them

You probably know about professional dental cleanings – hopefully, you’re getting those done twice a year. They are important to good oral health, but did you know that there are other types of cleanings as well, each with their own purpose? Read on to learn more about these cleanings and when you need to get […]

Oral Hygiene with Braces

While good oral hygiene is important no matter your situation, it becomes especially important if you have traditional wire braces. It’s no joke that braces make oral care a much more difficult task. It may be necessary to dedicate a significant amount of time to oral care multiple times a day. However, you will find […]

Protect Yourself from Periodontal Disease

If you have swollen or red gums, then you may be one of more than 50 percent of Americans who suffer from gum disease. Gum disease is connected with having other health issues such as heart disease, diabetes, cancer, dementia, and strokes. Our dental physicians at Southern Charm Dental are available for regular dental exams […]

What to Expect with Same-Day Crowns

No, we are not talking about a tiara! Dental crowns are the best way to achieve your best smile. Modern day technology and cutting-edge techniques give dentists the upper hand when beautifying their patients’ mouths, and now even more so with little to no time at all. Uses for Dental Crowns Dentists implement dental crowns […]

How to Plan a Successful First Appointment for Kids

Kids grow up way too fast. One minute they are just learning to crawl and the next thing you know, they are breaking teeth, and it is time for their first dentist’s appointment. Your child’s first visit is very important since it is their first impression of visiting a dentist. There are steps that can […]

What to Expect After a Root Canal

Root canal procedures save severely damaged or diseased teeth from being extracted. The soft tissue inside the infected tooth is removed and the pulp chamber is thoroughly cleaned and sealed. This process ends any further decay or the spread of infection, effectively saving the infected tooth. Do I Need a Root Canal? Left untreated, an […]

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