When you look in the mirror, do you immediately notice a discolored tooth, or teeth that are chipped, cracked, or broken? Do you wish that you could fix teeth that are decayed or weakened? At Anderson and Atkins, DDS we are dedicated to providing you with the best restorative dental care possible. Our skilled team can make your smile bright by using crowns or veneers to restore damaged teeth. Let us help you make the choice that’s best for you.
You know dentures are in your future but you’re unsure what the process looks like. Or maybe you’re curious about the benefits of dentures. If you’ve ever wondered how to keep your mouth healthy with dentures, or what options you have when it comes to dentures, you’re in the right place! Anderson & Atkins Dentistry is here to answer your questions about dentures. We want you to be informed and confident as you take this next dental step.
Are you ready to gift yourself with the smile of your dreams but don’t want braces? The beauty of Invisalign is fast-working, reliable technology that straightens your teeth and corrects your bite without any metal. The only evidence is a straighter smile. At Anderson and Atkins DDS, we are proud to offer Invisalign to our patients. We’re here to answer your questions and help you determine if this treatment is best for you.
Have you endured gaps where teeth used to be because you heard horror stories about ill-fitting, uncomfortable dentures? If you have a missing tooth, or teeth, and are ready to have a confident smile again, dental implants may be right for you. The development of dental implants is one of the greatest advances in dentistry. Over the last 40 years, specialists discovered a way to effectively replace missing teeth using strong materials compatible with the human body.
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