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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 so you can enjoy your best possible quality of life.

A healthy smile is a beautiful smile and will support your self-confidence in social and professional settings. Dr. Stewart believes 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. Fillings can be made of different materials that offer both strength and results that blend in well with your natural smile.

Emergency Dentistry: A dental emergency is something that requires treatment immediately. It can be a severely chipped tooth, a broken dental restoration, or a tooth that’s been knocked out.

Family Dentistry: Our office provides comprehensive dental care for patients of all ages. We recognize that patients of different ages have different dental problems, and we’re ready to help you with all of them.

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

Root Canal: Root canals are done when there’s infection or decay that impacts the dental pulp inside your tooth. The infected pulp is removed and the tooth is thoroughly cleaned and sealed.

Sedation Dentistry: Sedation dentistry is used to keep patients relaxed through dental treatment. It’s ideal for patients with dental anxiety and other conditions that may make regular dental care difficult.

Tooth Extraction: Typically, teeth are extracted due to overcrowding, because they’re severely broken or damaged, or wisdom teeth are taken out if they’re going to cause problems with the smile.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Invisalign: Invisalign is a more subtle way to straighten your teeth. They use clear aligners to gradually move your teeth into position. They’re often faster and more comfortable than traditional braces.

Porcelain Veneers: Porcelain veneers are made of a thin layer of dental ceramic that goes over the front and sides of your teeth. They’re used to treat a variety of cosmetic issues.

Tooth Bonding: Tooth bonding is a more temporary and cost-effective option that can treat similar issues to porcelain veneers. The composite resin is color-matched and malleable, making it easy to maneuver into place before it’s hardened and polished.

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 are used to replace one or more missing teeth. Traditional bridges are removable, while implant-secured bridges are fixed and are more functional.

Dental Crowns: Dental crowns are popular because they can take on a variety of both restorative and cosmetic dental problems. They’re a cap that goes over your entire tooth, both masking cosmetic issues and stabilizing your tooth.

Dental Implants: Dental implants are considered the ideal tooth replacement option. A titanium post is secured in your jawbone, with an abutment attached to connect the final restoration. They give you back full functionality for your teeth.

Dentures & Partials: Full dentures can be fixed or removable and replace a full arch of missing teeth. Partials are used to replace a few missing teeth, while some natural teeth are still left in the mouth.

Periodontal Therapy: Gum disease occurs in stages due to an infection of the gum tissue. Our professionals offer methods to help reverse the effects of gum disease on the mouth.

TMJ Treatment: A TMJ disorder impacts the temporomandibular joint. This is what attaches the jawbone to the skull. You may experience pain and popping in the jaw joint due to things like bruxism or an imbalance of your bite.