Park Cedar Professional Center
10009 Park Cedar Dr. Suite 200
Charlotte, NC 28210
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Posts for: March, 2018

By Park Crossing Dentistry
March 28, 2018
Category: Family Dentist
Tags: Preventative Care  

"'My teeth look great!”

“This is the best cleaning I have ever had at the dentist!” 

“I am so impressed with this new cleaning. My teeth feel squeaky clean!”

This is what our patients are saying about our new Piezo Ultrasonic Cleaners. South Charlotte’s Park Crossing Dentistry has made a large investment in our hygiene department and patients are noticing the difference! Our hygienists use the ultrasonic cleaner to provide a more thorough cleaning of the teeth and completely eradicate plaque and stains. Call today to schedule your next visit with one of our Park Crossing Dentistry hygienists and reap the benefits of this comprehensive teeth cleaning!


By Park Crossing Dentistry
March 21, 2018
Category: Family Dentist

Join us in congratulating Angie! She has accepted our Hygiene Coordinator position and we are very excited to have her running this highly detailed part of the practice. Angie will be calling you soon to keep your hygiene appointments up to date.  She was our receptionist/patient coordinator and after success in that role, we promoted her to this new role.  We are excited about this promotion!


By Park Crossing Dentistry
March 14, 2018
Category: Family Dentist

Peter J. Strauss’s life as an attorney, speaker and single father of four children ages 1 to 10 leaves him little time for himself.

He catches a break in a place most people try to avoid: “I love going to the dentist,” says Mr. Strauss, of Hilton Head Island, S.C. “It’s 45 minutes when I know nobody is going to interrupt me. You can’t reach me and you can’t ask for anything,” says Mr. Strauss, author of a book on self-insurance for businesses. Although he has perfect teeth, he gets them cleaned three times a year instead of the usual two.

Busy working parents find respite in odd places. Cleaning the garage, washing dishes, mowing the lawn or commuting on gridlocked freeways all can serve as an undercover bid for a little adult time, parents say. Transforming drudgery to delight in this way requires abilities that any busy adult could use. Some people are born with these capacities, and others hone them through practice, researchers say.  (courtesy of the Wall Street Journal)


By Park Crossing Dentistry
March 05, 2018
Tags: Invisalign  

Find out how a simple nearly invisible orthodontic system could give you a straight smile.

As an adult, you may think the ship has sailed on having a straight, beautiful smile but our South Charlotte, NC, dentists Dr. Richard invisalignBateman, Dr. Joshua Neubauer and Dr. Emerald Powell are here to tell you that this is far from the truth. Thanks to Invisalign, it’s now easier than ever for teens and adults to get the smiles they want without having to wear metal braces in order to do it.

What is Invisalign?

By now, most people have heard of Invisalign; however, how much do you actually know about this treatment? Invisalign consists of a set of clear aligners (that look similar to whitening trays) that are custom-made to fit tightly over your teeth to provide ample force and pressure to move teeth into the ideal alignment.

How do Invisalign aligners work?

Each aligner is custom-made by an Invisalign lab based on specific movements that our South Charlotte, NC, general dentists map out based on images taken of your mouth. Thanks to this amazing software, we can map out exactly how each aligner will shift teeth, which teeth will need to shift and how far they will move with each new aligner. Aligners are worn for about two weeks at a time before being replaced with the next set. Over time, you’ll begin to see the changes to your smile.

What is life like with Invisalign?

Most people worry that the minute they get braces that everything will change. Luckily, Invisalign fits right into your lifestyle, making it simple to go about your normal routine but also working to get the smile you want.

Invisalign aligners are removable, so you can take them out prior to eating or brushing/flossing your teeth. Since you can remove your aligners you don’t have any food restrictions and you can continue to brush and floss normally without having to worry about cleaning around metal wires and brackets to remove food and plaque buildup.

Park Crossing Dentistry in South Charlotte, NC, is ready to help you take the next steps to achieving your dream smile. If you want to find out if you are an ideal candidate for Invisalign then it’s time to call us today to schedule your consultation.




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10009 Park Cedar Dr. Suite 200
Charlotte, NC 28210