Dental X-rays can say so much about a patient when the doctor looks at them. With a picture that shows all of the teeth and the pathways to the teeth, every single procedure that has been done on the patient can be seen right on the X-rays for the patient. Learn a bit more about […]Read More
Oral hygiene/dental hygiene means the overall maintenance of the mouth, gums and teeth. It includes daily maintenance at home as well as regular dental checkups and professional teeth-cleaning treatments. Just as it is important for you to brush and floss your teeth regularly, it is equally important that you get professional cleanings done from your […]Read More
A dental implant is essentially a metal tooth root that’s anchored into the jaw bone. It becomes the base for fitting the tooth/ bridge. While bridges are also used to fill in gaps created by missing teeth; implants are different in that they don’t rely on the adjacent teeth for support. In addition, they are […]Read More
1. Conventional Toothpaste Brands Anyone wanting to pick the right toothpaste is probably confused while shopping in the dental care aisle at a local store. There are hundreds of brands of toothpaste to choose from made by different manufacturers. The most common variety is conventional toothpaste in a tube with basic labeling from general dentistry […]Read More
What Are Dental Veneers? Dental veneers are cosmetic restorations that are placed over the surface of the teeth. They are made out of porcelain or composite material. What Types Of Problems Can Be Corrected With Veneers? There are many problems that can be corrected with veneers. They can correct uneven tooth alignment, discoloration or gaps. […]Read More
Thank you for stopping by to check out our brand new website and dental blog! We have built this website with our patients and potential new patients in mind for you to be able to easily find information about the dentistry services we provide for your whole family. Our blog will be refreshed with great, […]Read More
At Reimels, Miller, Paterra Dentistry our patients health and safety is our top priority.
Our team has been monitoring the spread of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) to ensure the safety of our patients and staff. We are following the recommendations provided by the Centers for Disease Control, NC State Dental Board, and ADA to maintain a healthy environment. Based on their recommendations at this time, beginning 03/18/20 we will be closed for a minimum of two weeks or until further notice. If you have a dental emergency please call Charlotte Emergency Dental at (704) 525-3939 or email them at CharlotteEmergencyDental@gmail.com. We will be using this time to better our practice and continue to improve all aspects of patient care. Thank you for understanding during this time, stay safe and healthy.