Are you on the hunt for a new dentist? Research supported by the National Institute for Health shows that moving residences or changing jobs may be among the primary reasons that patients leave a dental practice. Others may leave because they are dissatisfied with how they are treated or the quality of care they receive. Regardless of the personal reasons behind your search, knowing how and where to look for a new dentist can be confusing or overwhelming. However, don’t worry – that is why we have put together some tips below on what to look for and how to find a quality dentist in Danville.
Danville Dental Blog
September 17, 2018
August 26, 2018
The back to school season is a busy time of year for parents and kids alike. But, before you pack their lunch and send them off to class, take a moment to schedule an appointment for them with your dentist in Danville. Handling this step now will help set the stage for scholastic success later on.
August 25, 2018
In the past, enjoying the benefits of dental crown therapy usually required at least two trips to a dentist in Danville, with all the expense and inconvenience entailed. That’s no longer the case thanks to modern E4 D laser scanning technology. Now you can be fitted for your crowns and receive them during the same one-day appointment.
August 16, 2018
Danville Dental Associates hosted approximately 500 patients, including their families and friends, at the 2nd Annual Night Out with the Braves. Vouchers were given at each of their 5 locations for game tickets. The original game date, August 1st, was rescheduled to August 8th, because of stormy weather. Danville Dental Associates showed up on the 1st anyway to honor tickets for patrons who weren’t bothered by rain or delays.
July 22, 2018
On a hot summer day in Danville, what is better than sitting on the porch and sipping a cold iced tea? But be careful – if you are like many people and enjoy chewing on a few ice cubes from time to time, your relaxing afternoon could quickly turn into a painful dental emergency! Mouth injuries can happen when we least expect them, so it is important to know what to do in case they should occur. Here are a few tips from an emergency dentist in Danville on how to handle common dental emergencies.
July 13, 2018
Since 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.
July 3, 2018
When we think about dental visits, our minds don’t always go to the most pleasant memories. As we age, we may start to think that because we don’t have any oral problems, that means dental visits become less of a priority than when we lived with our parents. Today, your dentist in Danville wants to explain three reasons why you should think otherwise.
Making routine visits part of your self-care will save you money, save time spent in the dental chair, and prevent unnecessary pain later in life.
June 27, 2018
June 24, 2018
Healthcare 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!
June 15, 2018
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!