A Greenville Dentist You and Your Family Can Trust
If you have been looking for a professional and friendly dentistry office in Greenville to look after your family’s dental care, Mirror Lake Family Dentistry could be your next dentist. Call us today at 864-235-0175 to make an appointment. Our expert & highly trained team is ready to provide the very best in oral care ranging from preventative care visits and restorative services such as fillings, crowns, and bridges to denture fittings, root canal therapy and pediatric treatment.
As your general and family dentist, we will look after the general diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and management of a wide range of dental conditions, disorders, and diseases. We will thoroughly assess your oral and dental health and develop a personalized course of treatment for your complete dental needs.
Finding The Right Dentist For You And Your Family
There are many Greenville dentists; so, how do you go about choosing the right one? Your dentist should have impeccable clinical expertise, be up-to-date on the latest advances in dentistry and display a genuine concern for your family’s well-being and oral health. When considering a dentistry practice, it can be helpful to ask yourself the following questions:
- Can you place your trust in this dentist to keep your teeth healthy and strong?
- Did the dentist obtain a degree from a well-respected school?
- Does the dentist exhibit concern for your needs, goals and satisfaction?
- Does the doctor have sufficient experience to put you at ease placing yourself in his or her care?
- Will the dentist give you the attention you need, providing as much information as you require and making you part of the dental care team?
- Have you heard positive feedback from the dentist’s other patients?
Common Questions About Dentistry
What's the right age to schedule my child's first visit to the dentist?
The American Dental Association recommends starting dental visits as soon as the child first gets teeth (at approximately 12 months), however, we have found that kids do best at about 3 years of age. At that time, we can make sure that the teeth are developing well and we can begin creating a positive experience with your child so that he or she will look forward to future visits to the dentist.
If I don't get cavities often and I don't have any problems, do I still need to go for a check-up every six months?
What's the difference between a filling and a crown?
Should I have my old metal fillings replaced?
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