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Our Practice Welcomes Patients of all Ages with General and Pediatric Dental Services

Obtaining dental care for the entire family starts with a practice that offers adult care as well as pediatric care. At Royal Dental, our locations offer treatment options for all ages, ensuring everyone in your household can receive quality care in one facility! What is Pediatric Dental Care? Pediatric dental services are treatments that are […]

Why oral cancer screenings are so important for oral health and wellness

While many of us visit the doctor regularly for evaluations to screen for cancers, many don’t think about doing the same with their dentist. Oral cancer is a type of cancer that affects the tissues of the mouth and can have devastating effects if not diagnosed early and treated. At Royal Dental, we welcome patients […]

Oral Appliance Therapy for the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea

At Royal Dental, we provide more than just general dentistry. When patients have been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea, we also offer a solution outside of the more traditional treatment method of CPAP usage. Instead, we welcome patients to ask about oral appliance therapy as a way to address their condition. Understanding Obstructive Sleep Apnea […]

What You Get When You Invest in Dental Implants

Sometimes, it is incredibly easy to spend money, like when that shiny new car calls our name. In situations where an unexpected problem occurs, and we must correct it, shelling over our dollars might not feel quite as good. We see this happen when patients are met with the need to replace a tooth or […]

Snacking and Your Smile

We’re at that time of year again when millions of little smiles are headed back into the active learning environment. School books are being handed out, backpacks are being purchased, and snacks are being chosen to fill them. As you prepare the smiles you love for a new school year; it is necessary to consider […]

When a Dental Crown Hurts

Dental crowns are known for their ability to protect teeth from painful injury. Usually, when a dental crown is placed over a tooth, an injury has already occurred. Sometimes, that injury is evident and painful; sometimes it is not. Whether pain occurs before a dental crown or not, it is not a sensation that one […]

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