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Serving our Patients at Roman Eagle Memorial Home

July 13, 2018

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Dentist with PatientSince 2016, Danville Dental Associates has been serving our patients at Roman Eagle Memorial Home in Danville, Virginia. Roman Eagle Rehabilitation and Health Care Center, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization providing both short and long-term care and rehabilitative services.



June 27, 2018

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staff outdoors at festivalThe Children’s Festival is an annual day celebrating children and their families. It’s a day filled with games, activities, demonstrations, food and more!

Wondering If You’re a Good Candidate For Dental Implants in Danville?

June 24, 2018

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Model of an implant in the lower jawHealthcare is a lot different than it used to be… and dentistry is no exception. Even just 35 years ago, white fillings weren’t widely used, the only way to straighten teeth was using traditional braces, and bridges or dentures were the only options for replacing missing teeth. Thankfully, times have changed! Patients with missing teeth now have a modern way to replace them that looks and feels more natural than any other option: dental implants in Danville. But you may have heard that implants won’t work for everyone, so what is the process like and who is the ideal candidate? Keep reading to find out!


Dentist in Danville Explains Why You Need a Root Canal!

June 15, 2018

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Inflamed tooth on an x-ray

If you took a poll to find out what the most dreaded phrase in dentistry is, you would probably find “You need a root canal” at the top of the list! But the good news is that modern dental practices have made root canals easier than ever. But even though they’re much more painless than you would expect, you might be wondering why you would need a root canal from a dentist in Danville in the first place. There are many reasons that patients might need this procedure, but the end result is always the same: Root canals save teeth that would otherwise need to be extracted. Keep reading to find out more!


Danville Dental Associates and Festival in the Park

June 1, 2018

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Danville Dental Associates looks forward to participating in the City of Danville’s Festival in the Park each year. The festival is held the third weekend in May, in Ballou Park, on Main Street, in Danville, Virginia.  It’s three days filled with craft and food vendors, live music performances, demonstrations, and a children’s area with rides and games.  That’s where Danville Dental is, too.



What Are the Signs You Need Sleep Apnea Therapy?

May 30, 2018

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portrait of a smiling womanSleep apnea is a disorder that affects some 18 million people across the United States, many of whom do not realize there is a treatable condition behind their exhausting symptoms. Learning about the warning signs of sleep apnea can help to ensure you receive an effective treatment before you end up wasting time to snoring and lost sleep. Below, you’ll find the most common symptoms of this all-too-common condition — as well as where to find sleep apnea therapy in Danville.


Smiles for Schools: How Your Dentist in Danville Helps Your Children

May 4, 2018

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Dr. Albert Payne speaking with a patient.On April 28th, Danville Dental Associates reached out to the community to support our area students with a project called “Smile for Schools”. Patients were offered at-home bleaching kits regularly valued at $399, for a $100 donation to be given to the patient’s designated school of choice. These included public or private schools; primary, middle or high schools; and special needs schools in Danville City and Pittsylvania County areas.


Your Dentist in Danville Joins You in the Fight Against Oral Cancer!

April 2, 2018

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oral cancer word cloud in redApril has been designated as Oral Cancer Awareness Month in an attempt to draw attention to a condition that over 40,000 Americans are diagnosed with annually. By raising awareness, dentists across the country are aiming to reverse what has become an alarmingly growing trend of diagnoses. As you continue reading, your dentist in Danville will explain how semi-annual visits and other simple habits serve as major tools in preventing the growth of this disease.


Your Dentist in Danville Says Flossing Can Save Your Smile!

March 10, 2018

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family brushing teethWhen you visit your dentist in Danville, do they give you the side eye because you told that same old fib—that you floss every single day. Believe it or not, your dentist can tell when you’re telling a white lie and telling the truth—especially when it comes to flossing.

For more reasons than one, flossing is a critical part of your home hygiene routine. Learn more about why your dentist always encourages you to keep regular flossing habits at home in this week’s blog post.


Danville Dental Associates Helps Children Practice Oral Care!

March 3, 2018

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At Danville Dental we feel that it is important to remind patients that February was National Children’s Dental Health Month, an occasion celebrated by dentists across the country. To give back to the community and help children take the right steps to have better oral health, dentists and staff from Danville Dental Associates have taken the initiative to perform presentations at schools in the Danville community.

In today’s post we’ll be reviewing our journey to schools around the area. To us, it’s important to give back to the community, and helping children maintain good oral health is one of our most important values.


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