Have you ever been woken up by your partner, because you were making grinding sounds with your teeth? Perhaps you noticed that your inner cheek has been worn down, especially when you wake up. There are several reasons why you might be grinding your teeth at night, especially if you are starting to feel like […]Read More
One of the major concerns of pregnant women is whether an x-ray is safe for the baby. Dental x-rays are important, even for pregnant women, especially if there are dental concerns. For example, you may need dental x-rays to check out an impacted wisdom tooth or to see if there are any immediate dental emergencies […]Read More
When it comes to examining dental x-rays, it is important to know what your dentist is looking at or looking for. Having x-rays is a common theme for many that are going to have dental work performed. This is to help the dentist learn more. Learn more about the dental x-rays and what they tell […]Read More
Intra oral cameras are now a big thing in the dentistry world. With a way to see everything without having to dive deeper, it saves a lot of time, money and patient’s teeth in the process. Here at Reimels Dentistry, we believe that these cameras are able to improve quality of the dental care we […]Read More
When you think of dental lasers, you may have visions of something out of Star Wars. The reality is that dental lasers have been in use for over 20 years now, and they bring some real benefits to the table. Here are some benefits to using dental lasers for your oral health procedures.Lasers are PreciseWhether […]Read More
Reimels Family and Cosmetic Dentistry like to keep up on the latest technology, such as many of the IntraOral cameras on the market. They know that by using these less invasive dental techniques, patients can experience a better time while at the dentist. Procedures can be cut in half in time, while also reducing any […]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.