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How to Find a Great Dentist in Archdale

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Finding the right health care providers is important, especially when you have a family to consider. The same is true of your dentist. You probably want to find a provider you can trust and build a relationship with for many years to come. Here are some tips when it comes to finding the best dentist in Archdale, NC.

Ask Questions

Besides the typical questions, such as are the office location and hours convenient, don't be afraid to ask deeper questions of your prospective provider such as:

  • What types of continuing education do you participate in?
  • Is your office equipped with the latest dental technology?
  • Do you see children? If so, starting at what age?
  • What types ...

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3 Bad Habits That Affect Your Dental Health

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When you’re going about your daily life, you probably aren’t thinking about the effect that small actions have on the health of your teeth.

Fortunately, we are, and we’re here to help!

If you are prone to any of these habits, talk to us. We’ll schedule a dental evaluation to check the condition of your teeth and then discuss ways to break these habits or replace them with healthier ones.

For excellent, family-oriented dental care in High Point, call Deep River Dentistry!

Habit #1 – Drinking Soda

Okay, you probably know that soda isn’t great for your teeth. After all, it’s essentially sugar water. So you made the decision to switch to diet ...

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Tips for a Great Kid's First Dental Visit

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Dealing with all of the medical worries that come with having a baby, dental health can easily be forgotten. However, a more common bit of advice given by pediatricians is “first dentist visit by first birthday.” Many new parents don’t expect to have to plan a dentist appointment so early, but more and more studies are showing children getting cavities before they get to preschool. A recent study showed more than 25 percent of children in the United States have at least one cavity before they reach the age of four.

Your Child's First Dentist Visit

First of all, you don’t want to take your child to your own dentist unless a ...

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