13605 Reese Blvd. West
Huntersville, North Carolina 28078
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Experienced Huntersville NC Dentists Catherine G. Reimels, DDS, FAGD
Michael O. Reimels, DDS, FAGD, FICOI
Matthew R. Miller, DDS
Chad Paterra, DDS
AnnMarie Moshos, DMD
Meredith Stalnaker, DDS

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Huntersville, North Carolina 28078
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Over time many people will start to notice their teeth are not as white as they once were. We have found that this discoloration can make many of our patients feel self-conscious about their smiles. If you dream of getting whiter, brighter results quickly, Phillips Zoom teeth whitening may be the best solution for you […]

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Dental implants are a great option for those who are missing a single tooth or multiple teeth, and are looking to restore their smile to its original beauty. We realize that the choice to get dental implants can be overwhelming, so we have worked together at Reimels Dentistry to provide you with the most common […]

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You picked a great option with Dental Implants! They are a great way to rejuvenate your smile and give you long lasting results. At Reimels Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, we have worked together to provide you with the information below to help clarify the proper care of your dental implants to keep your oral health […]

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If you are missing any of your teeth, dental implants can be an attractive replacement option to return your original, beautiful smile! At Reimels Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, we have worked together to provide you with the information below and help identify whether you are an appropriate candidate for dental implants. Dental implants are a […]

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Seeing some red in the sink after brushing or flossing may raise an eyebrow or two. It may seem like your gums are bleeding for no reason. But before you venture down the rabbit hole of what-ifs, consider these common causes of gum bleeding. Common Causes of Bleeding Gums • Vigorous Toothbrushing: The extra oomph […]

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  Learning how to floss correctly will help removes  plaque  and food particles in places where your toothbrush cannot easily reach — under the gumline and in between your teeth. Because plaque build-up can lead to tooth decay and gum disease, daily flossing is not just highly recommended, it is a necessity. In order to […]

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When it comes to tooth decay, it’s important to know the main culprit – acid. Acid is what eats away at our enamel and causes cavities. Acid can enter our mouths in one of two ways: either directly through what we eat (citrus fruits, for example), or as a byproduct when oral bacteria consume the […]

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Everyone we see come into our office has high hopes for whiter, brighter teeth. Even the prettiest, straightest and most healthy smile will come in and ask, “can I get whitening treatment?” There are hundreds of different treatments out there that can be used to whiten and brighten your smile from whitening strips and mouth […]

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It’s National Heart Health Month! Did you know that oral health can be directly linked to heart health? Delta Dental has recently provided evidence that gum disease in both moderate and advanced stages puts you at a greater risk for developing heart disease than you be with healthy gums. Regular oral screenings can also help point doctors to […]

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Let’s say you sprained an ankle — what’s next? Most of us would probably say something along the lines of plop down on the nearest couch with a bag of ice, elevate the ankle, add some compression, and see a doctor if it doesn’t see improvements in a day or two. But what about a […]

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