Family Dentistry Charlotte, NC

Family Dentist in Harrisburg, NC - Devine Dental

When it comes to your family’s health, you have many goals, fears, and concerns to keep in mind--and there may be important things that you’ve pushed to the back burner for too long.

At Divine Dental office, you, your spouse, your kids, and everyone else under your roof can rest easy under the dental care of Dr. Tzioros, the leading family dentist in Harrisburg, NC

At her office, you can be treated for a variety of dental issues, or simply get routine check-ups. 

Take a look at a few of the dental services Dr. Tzioros provides her patients below:

  • Sealants
  • Crowns Bridges
  • Dentures
  • Implants
  • Cosmetic Fillings
  • Root Canal Therapy
  • Tooth Extractions
  • Scaling and Root Planing
  • Braces (including Invisalign and Clear Correct invisible braces)
  • Sedation

Oral Examination

During your family's initial consultation at Divine Dental Family Dentistry, they'll receive a visual examination conducted by Dr. Tzioros, followed by charting and periodontal probing before a personalized treatment plan is put into place. X-rays will also be taken of your family's periodontal structures so that a proper diagnosis can be made of any proximal decay existing in their teeth that would have otherwise been overlooked.


What are the benefits of a family dentist?  

Creating Good Habits 

Seeing your family dentist regularly helps build a good relationship between the dentist, their office and your child. Starting these healthy habits early helps your child take their oral health seriously as they grow older. Additionally, This positive relationship between dentist and child allows for a solid foundation on which your child can build a healthy dental routine into adulthood.

Consolidating Appointments 

A family dentist sees patients of all ages, allowing everyone in your family to see the same dentist at the same office. This also allows you to stack your root canal appointment with your children’s dental cleaning or Grandma’s routine examination. This saves time and requires less time off work or school.

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Keeping Records In One Place 

Since the whole family has appointments at the same office, meaning all the dental records come from the same office as well. This means easy access to your family’s records in case of an emergency or if another doctor, such as an oral surgeon, requires them.

Preventative Care 

Preventing tooth decay and gum disease has two main requirements: a strong at-home oral care routine and regular dental examinations and cleanings twice a year. Forrester Family Dental can help you prevent these conditions in the whole family with regular examinations and cleanings. These visits give the mouth a clean slate when it comes to decay-causing plaque and tartar and allows your dentist to find and treat conditions like cavities early, with less invasive procedures.

Regular visits to the family dentist help reduce your costs and safeguard your oral health

Dental problems are always easier and less expensive to treat when they're small. Filling cavities tends to weaken teeth because a portion of the healthy tooth structure must be removed along with the decayed area. Treating small cavities preserves healthy tooth structure and helps you avoid the more complicated and expensive procedures that are needed when tooth decay isn't spotted until it's very advanced.

Regular dental visits include professional dental cleanings, which can help lower your risk of developing cavities or gum disease. During the cleanings, plaque and tartar are removed from your teeth before they can cause any damage. Your dentist also looks for other signs of disease, such as tumors that may be signs of oral cancer. He can even spot symptoms of general health problems during those visits. For example, if you have diabetes, you may be more likely to develop gum disease and bleeding gums.


Here are 4 reasons to make dental health a top priority as you plan for your family’s care.

1. Dental problems can affect your overall health. Research has shown that oral health and general health are closely linked. For one, your mouth is a main portal of entry for bacteria and viruses--any infection, decay, or inflammation gives germs a better chance of entering your body.

Also, if your immune system is constantly working to fight even low-level inflammation in your mouth, it has fewer resources to keep the rest of your body working at its peak. Even if you don't notice a problem, it's still possible to have painless decay or gingivitis that compromises your health.

2. Damaged or decayed teeth can hurt your self-confidence. Don’t underestimate the effect that your teeth have on your quality of life.

It’s easy to write it off as simple vanity, but the state of your teeth can truly affect your image and your confidence in both social and professional situations. Keeping them in top shape is one of the best things you can do to support your overall self-esteem.

3. Tooth pain can interfere with your quality of life. Whether it’s fear of dental work or of the bill that comes afterward, there are reasons why you might try to live with tooth pain longer than you should.

Chronic tooth pain can cause general irritability, difficulty getting adequate nutrition or enjoying your favorite foods, and an increased risk of more significant health problems. Catching and treating dental problems early prevents them from wreaking havoc in your life and prevents the need for bigger dental bills down the line.

4. A lifetime of good dental care helps you age gracefully. Our teeth change as we age--that’s a given. But that doesn’t mean they can’t still look white and healthy.

Whether your teeth are all-natural or you've had some or all of them replaced, caring for the teeth you have is one of the best things you can do to take years off your appearance and keep you looking youthful.

Family Dentist in Charlotte, NC

Visiting the dentist is not just about checking for cavities--it’s about laying the foundation for a lifetime of good health for you and your family. Divine Dental provides quality dental care for adults and children in Charlotte, NC to help them live more confidently and protect their family’s health.

Contact our office at (704) 548-0870 to learn more about our office or
to schedule your family's upcoming appointments!

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