Menu

Contact

CALL TODAY!704-825-3455

Belmont Dental Associates
1212 Spruce Street, Suite 201
Belmont, North Carolina 28012

Appointments

Recovering Following an Oral Biopsy

Having an oral biopsy means that there will be some recovery time the next day. It is a process that must be done, however, to ensure that your teeth and gums are healthy. The professionals at Belmont Dental in Belmont, North Carolina know how important healthy teeth and gums are. They share what you should expect after an oral biopsy. Saliva After the Procedure Sad woman suffering from toothache standing in kitchen Many have oozing, blood tinted saliva after the procedure. This is normal. Others may feel as though their throat and mouth are dry and this is also normal. It is important that you...

Signs a Sinus Lift is In Your Future

A sinus lift, done through a professional here at Belmont Dental, can provide many benefits to the patient. This is a procedure where extra bone is added to your upper jaw. In order for this to be done, the sinus membrane has to be moved to make way for the additional implant being placed in the jaw. This is why it is known as a sinus lift. What a Sinus Lift is Used For? There are many reasons why a dental professional would recommend a sinus lift for their patients. Some of the reasons may be in the future, while others might be reasons to have a sinus lift done right away. Here are some of those...

What to Do with Minor Dental Imperfections

Everyone has dental imperfections. Whether it is a smile that is not completely straight or a gap between two of your teeth, everyone has something about their smile that they wish they could change. What you decide to do about minor dental imperfections will depend upon how significant the imperfection is, how much it bothers you, and how much you are interested in spending to address the matter. No matter the situation, we at Belmont Dental Associates are here to help. After reading this post, if you have any questions about your dental imperfections, please do not hesitate to call us. Irregularities...

Adjusting to New Dentures Takes Some Time

Getting new dentures is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to upgrade your smile. Still, new dentures do take some getting used to, and you should not be surprised to find that, upon putting them in for the first few times, they feel off and your gums end up feeling sore or raw. Here at Belmont Dental Associates, we are proud of our reputation as one of the leading dental practices in the area. We understand that educating our patients is a vital part of our success, so we have put together a little bit of information about adjusting to your new dentures. What to Expect with New Dentures One...

Top 3 Benefits of Tooth Whitening

Tooth whitening is a major aspect of cosmetic dentistry, and it provides a number of benefits. Here are the top 3 benefits of tooth whitening. You’ll Have an Improved Sense of Self-Esteem Rightly or wrongly, your sense of self-esteem is often strongly linked to the way you perceive that others see you. This can mean that, if you think others are put off by your discolored or stained teeth, you may begin to suffer from low self-esteem. This is true even if nobody actually notices your teeth: the important thing here is how you believe that other people see you. You’ll Feel More Confident No...

The Main Differences Between Conventional and Immediate Dentures

If you are considering dentures, you may be confused at the different options out there. One of the biggest questions people have is figuring out the differences between conventional and immediate dentures. Here at Belmont Dental Associates, we do our best to keep our patients informed and educated. If you need more information on dentures, we have put together this article to help you out. Please read it, and feel free to call us with any questions you may have! Conventional Dentures Conventional dentures are fabricated after a careful measurement of your mouth. This allows us to get every detail...

Signs You May Need a Bone Graft

Belmont Dental Associates know that some people need a bone graft before implants. With even a single missing tooth, some people seek dental implants. When the tooth is missing, they want something more permanent. Dentures will not provide this for you. Implants can be an ideal way to go. However, some that want implants will also have to get a bone graft. This helps the tooth stay in place. Learn the signs that you may need one before your implants.   Signs You Need a Bone Graft While everyone is different, it is important to think about whether or not you may need a bone graft for your dental...

Why You Should Get Only Tooth Colored Fillings

Belmont Dental Associates know that tooth colored fillings are generally the way to go. With many chemicals used throughout products in the world, it is important to know what is being placed in your body. With this in mind, you can then feel more confident being able to go to a dentist that understands this. Learn some of the reasons why you should only choose tooth colored fillings for your teeth when the time comes.   Why Only Tooth Colored Fillings When it comes to tooth colored fillings, it is important to make sure that this is what you’re getting. Silver fillings are bad for your...

Foods That Improve Bad Breath Issues

When you notice you have bad breath, it can come from a wide range of dental issues. More often than not, coming in to see us at Belmont Dental Associates can help you discover the cause of your bad breath. However, until we can get you in to see one of our dentists, it may be best to help quash your bad breath before it offends anyone. Here are some of the best foods to help you with your bad breath issues. Foods You Want to Eat If You Have Bad Breath There are many foods that can help you get over bad breath on a temporary basis. Dairy foods like yogurts and cheeses can do a lot to help. They...

Ways of Reducing Your Dental Anxiety Before Even Coming in to Our Office

Here at Belmont Dental Associates, we understand that some of our patients are a bit anxious prior to their appointments. We go out of our way to ensure that your visit is as comfortable and pleasant as possible. However, there is only so much that we can do. You have things that you can do to help keep any dental anxiety under control before you even come in. Here are some things you can do before your visit to help you feel better about having dental work done. Eating Properly Can Reduce Dental Anxiety The food you eat prior to coming into our office can help ease dental anxiety, or it can ramp...