M-Th: 9am-4pm
F: 7am -12pm
6402 Yadkin Rd.
Fayetteville, NC
M-Th: 9am-4pm
F: 7am -12pm
6402 Yadkin Rd.
Fayetteville, NC
6402 Yadkin Rd,
Fayetteville,
NC 28303
Hours:
M-Th, 9am-4pm
F, 7am-12 noon
OUR SERVICES
We provide a wide range of services to serve the needs of Fayetteville area patients. Whether you require dental implants or a simple cleaning and examination, we have the experience, knowledge and equipment to attend to your needs.
Dental Implants

Missing teeth can cause a multitude of health and self-confidence issues. The gap left by missing teeth can easily cause other teeth to shift out of alignment, make it difficult to eat or speak properly, and become infected by bacteria. They can also cause a lot of embarrassment and loss of self-esteem. We provide dental implants to help our patients regain their speech and chewing capabilities, self-confidence and ultimately, their health.

Implant procedures we perform:

Pediatric Dentistry

We understand the unique needs of providing comprehensive oral health care for your children. Why? Because Dr. Davis is the father of five young children, and has had ample opportunity to treat them! The pediatric care services we provide include:

  • Infant oral health examinations, which also includes a risk assessment for caries in both mother and child
  • Preventive dental care, which includes cleaning,  fluoride treatments, and recommendations for optimal diet and nutrition
  • The assessment and treatment of  teeth that aren't straight, or  correcting an improper bite
  • Treatment of tooth cavities
  • Treatment of tooth injuries that might occur as a result of accidents
  • Management of gum diseases and other issues, such as ulcers, mucoceles, periodontal disease and short frenulae

Pediatric services we provide:

Family Dentistry

Having a beautiful smile enhances our appearance and boosts our confidence. Modern cosmetic dentistry can improve our teeth and smile, quickly and painlessly. Some of the things cosmetic dental treatments can help with include:

  • Fill in gaps between your teeth
  • Repair broken, cracked, chipped or decaying teeth
  • Correct or improve your bite
  • Brighten the color of your teeth
  • Replace missing teeth
  • Change the size, alignment and shape of some teeth
  • Repair old and unattractive dental treatments
Cosmetic Dentistry

Having a beautiful smile enhances our appearance and boosts our confidence. Modern cosmetic dentistry can improve our teeth and smile, quickly and painlessly. Some of the things cosmetic dental treatments can help with include:

  • Fill in gaps between your teeth
  • Repair broken, cracked, chipped or decaying teeth
  • Correct or improve your bite
  • Brighten the color of your teeth
  • Replace missing teeth
  • Change the size, alignment and shape of some teeth
  • Repair old and unattractive dental treatments

Cosmetic services we provide:

Oral Surgery

Oral surgeons are dental specialists with advanced training in addition to the four years required for dental school, completing a minimum of four more years in a hospital-based surgical residency program. Some of the oral surgery procedures we perform include:

Restorative Dentisty

Prosthodontics is the specialized field of dentistry that diagnoses, plans and executes restorative and cosmetic treatments.  Not all dentists can specialize in prosthodontics, and those that do must complete three or four additional years of training after they’ve completed dental school.

A prosthodontist is both an architect and a builder of teeth, as she develops a comprehensive treatment plan to help patients with missing or defective teeth and does the work of restoring them. Prosthodontists help patients regain their self-esteem and self-confidence by using the latest technology to develop natural-looking teeth that enhance smiles and boost confidence. Prosthodontists also alleviate severe snoring, treat problems with the jaw (TMJ), manage sleep apnea, and reconstruct teeth following oral cancer treatments. 

The restorative dentistry procedures we provide include:

Periodontal / Gum Disease

Periodontics is the branch of dentistry that refers to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of periodontal disease that affects the gums and jawbone. Gum tissue surrounds and support the teeth, and the underlying jawbone anchors teeth in place. It’s imperative that gum and jawbone health are maintained to ensure great looking and performing teeth. Periodontists complete several years of extra training after dental school.

Common reasons why periodontal treatment is necessary:

  • Gum disease
  • Localized gum recession
  • Ridge augmentation
  • Before crown lengthening

For mild to moderate periodontal issues, treatment will focus on the underlying bacterial infection and ongoing care at home. In cases where the problem is advanced and the jawbone has regressed significantly, your dentist may recommend more intensive cleaning. Your dentist will also remove loose teeth that cannot be saved.  

The main procedure we perform for periodontal disease:

Emergency Dentistry

If you're experiencing pain in your gums or teeth, you should consider it a dental emergency, and contact us as soon as possible to schedule a consultation. This is the best way to ensure that we can accommodate you. Many people wait to see how things turn out, but pain almost always worsens unless you get proper treatment.

Some of the more common dental emergencies and what to do before seeking care:

  • Chipped or cracked tooth - Rinse your mouth with warm water as soon as you notice the injury. If you're in pain, try putting a cold compress on the part of your mouth where the injury has happened. If you're bleeding, put some gauze on the cut. Call us to set up an appointment.
  • Toothache - Rinse your mouth with warm water, and try to remove any food that may be stuck in your teeth. If there's any swelling, a cold compress placed on the area (outside your mouth), and an over the counter pain reliever may provide temporary relief.
  • Knocked-out tooth - If the tooth is a baby tooth, DO NOT try to reinsert it, and take the child to see a dentist immediately. Trying to reinsert it may damage the adult tooth that's growing underneath. If the tooth belongs to an adult, try to put it back into place and call a dentist right away. Make sure that it's as clean as possible (lick it if there's no clean water nearby, or rinse it in water if there is), hold it by the crown (the part that you usually see when you open your mouth) and carefully put it back into position. Bite on a handkerchief or gauze to keep the tooth in place. If for some reason you can't put it back in, put it in milk and see a dentist straight away.