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2711 Randolph Rd, Suite. 309 Charlotte, NC 28207

Dental Services Charlotte NC

Stewart Dental Group is your local Charlotte dentist office for the complete care of your natural smile. We offer general, cosmetic and restorative dental services and can help you to maintain, restore or enhance your smile for the enjoyment of your best possible quality of life. A healthy smile is a beautiful smile and will support your self-confidence in social and professional settings. Good oral health is also an important part of overall health and well being.

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General Dentistry

Dental Fillings: Dental fillings seal out bacteria and decay. They can be made of metal, resin, or porcelain materials for durable and aesthetically pleasing restorations.

Emergency Dentistry: Our professionals can help treat your dental emergency, whether you chipped or lost a tooth, need a replacement crown, or need relief from tooth pain.

Family Dentistry: The Stewart Dental Group treats patients of all ages. Whether you’re young, old, or in between, we offer comprehensive and high-quality care that will improve the health and aesthetics of your smile.

Mouthguards: Custom-fit mouth guards can be worn during contact sports to protect teeth from damage. Mouthguards can also prevent concussions.

Root Canal: Root canal procedures are done to save a natural tooth or teeth from decay. During the root canal procedure, the canal inside of the tooth is cleaned out and sealed.

Sedation Dentistry: Patients who have dental fear or anxiety can benefit from sedation dentistry. This option relaxes patients during procedures.

Tooth Extraction: Teeth may be extracted due to overcrowding, extensive tooth decay, impacted wisdom teeth, or periodontal disease.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Invisalign: This alternative to traditional metal braces that gradually straightens crooked teeth. Invisalign uses a series of clear aligners that shift teeth over a series of months. Invisalign is often heralded as a faster and more comfortable alternative to metal braces.

Porcelain Veneers: Porcelain veneers are a cosmetic option that can improve the function and health of your teeth. They can correct teeth that are discolored, misshapen, chipped, cracked, or broken.

Tooth Bonding: Tooth bonding is a treatment option that can help rebuild the tooth structure and lighten the appearance of teeth by several shades. Using a composite resin that is adhered and shaped to teeth, tooth bonding can last patients for years with the proper dental care.

Tooth Whitening: KOR teeth whitening provides both in-office and at-home treatment with whitening trays and office touch-ups. KOR is long-lasting and improves tooth health, reverses effects of aging on teeth, and brightens teeth.

Restorative Dentistry

Dental Bridges: Dental bridges can be removable or secured with dental implants to replace multiple missing teeth. Secured dental bridges provide more stability and last longer than removable dental bridges.

Dental Crowns: Also known as dental caps, dental crowns cover teeth and dental restorations. They may be color-matched to teeth, depending on whether you chose a restoration with metal, porcelain, ceramic, or another type of material.

Dental Implants: Consisting of a titanium post, abutment, and dental crown, dental implants are a secure and durable treatment option for patients. They can also secure dental bridges or dentures, which replace multiple consecutive teeth or whole arches of teeth.

Dentures & Partials: Complete or full dentures are used to replace most or all of a patient’s teeth. Partial dentures fill in the gaps left by missing teeth and is a great option for patients who have several missing teeth but have some natural teeth remaining.

Periodontal Therapy: Periodontitis, or gum disease, is caused by the infection of gum tissue. Our professionals offer methods to help reverse the effects of gum disease on the mouth.

TMJ Treatment: Do you suffer from chronic jaw pain? Do you find yourself clenching or grinding your teeth? You may have a TMJ disorder. The temporomandibular joint connects the jawbone to the skull, and pain can arise in the jaw joint and the muscles that control the jaw.