Team Dentist of the Charlotte Checkers

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Serving Charlotte, North Carolina


It is a desirable benefit to patients to have dental insurance. Dental insurance is a benefit provided by an employer and your benefit package is determined by your employer and/or yourself, not your dental health provider. Given the information provided by you and the insurer, we will attempt to use your dental coverage for a given procedure to best benefit you. We cannot allow one's dental coverage to dictate our diagnosis and treatment. You can be rest assured that our staff is well versed in dental insurance policies and will do the best to help you.

Financial policy
We appreciate your prompt payment for the services provided.

Office Policies
* We welcome our new patients and ask that you arrive a few minutes earlier than the appointment time to get acquainted with our office.
* We understand that unforeseen circumstances arise, and we will do the best we can to accommodate any changes to your appointment time. A 48 hour notice is appreciated for cancellations and rescheduling.

If you are our patient of record, and encounter an emergency dental situation please call us at 704-847-4477. If you need to be seen in the office, after hours office visit charges may apply and will be determined on an individual basis.

Why Choose Us?

  • Over 25 Years Experience
  • Gentle, caring and thorough
  • Emergency – Same Day Appointments
  • Wonderful, friendly staff

Tooth Care Tips

The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends visits to the dentist twice a year, or once every six months for a professional exam and cleaning. Taking care of your teeth is the key to a healthy, beautiful smile. Here are some tips to help keep your teeth and gums healthy.

There are four basic steps to caring for teeth and gums:

1. Brushing - Brush at least twice a day. Replace your toothbrush every three or four months, especially if the bristles become worn.

2. Flossing - Floss at least once a day. Flossing gets rid of food and plaque between the teeth, where your toothbrush cannot reach.

3. Eating Right - Avoid snacking on sugary foods which can lead to tooth decay.

4. Visiting The Dentist - Visit your dentist regularly for professional cleanings and oral exams