Best 30 Dentist Clinic in Spartanburg, SC with Reviews - YP.com
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08/08/2017
By: Michelle C.
DentalWorks
The establishment was very clean. The staff made me feel at ease.A reminder to all. Dental hygiene is very important if you don't want to be toothless when you turn 40.
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05/09/2017
By: Loretta B.
DentalWorks
Dr. Anderson is so awesome and professional. Her staff is very professional as well. I am now a patient of hers. Couldn't ask for a better dentist. Thank you and your staff for making me feel so relaxed and comfortable and it was a painless experience.
04/13/2017
By: Diabeetus G.
Skylyn Dental Associates
Very nice office and a very friendly staff. I was in and seated quickly then the cleaning didn't take to long and was painless.
03/31/2017
By: Gladys V.
DentalWorks
I was absolutely terrified about being put to sleep for oral surgery. The oral surgeon was absolutely amazing. He made me feel comfortable before the procedure which helped me to relax. I was referred to the office by another dentist. Due to the positive experience I had, I decided to become a new patient. I would definitely recommend this dental practice to everyone. Dr. John Nale is amazing and very caring!
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02/09/2017
By: Amanda H.
DentalWorks
I absolutely love this Dental Office! Everyone is so helpful and polite. I just had a cleaning by Karen, the Hygienest and she was very thorough. My teeth have never felt so clean! Both doctors there, Dr O'Brien and Dr. Anderson, are very knowledgeable and professional! I highly recommend this office!
10/03/2016
By: Steve S.
Skylyn Dental Associates
The longest wait ever seems very unorganized and unprofessional . Waiting on a family member to have one tooth pulled really 3 hrs later
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05/27/2015
By: Lacey H.
Spartanburg Emergency Dental Care
At first I was pleased with the receptionist and the dental hygienist . The dentist came in , changed my whole outlook on this practice. He did not introduce himself, explain what he was going to do or anything. Just looked at the X-ray and said " yea, we can do that " and walked out. He came back to numb me up said hello , walked out to give the meds a few mins to do the job. When he returned I informed him that I was not numb, so he gave me more meds and had to go so 3-4 more times before he could begin. He then started working on attempting to pull my tooth. At no point and time during the two hours I was sitting in this chair did he tell me what was happening, what he was doing , nothing at all come from his mouth or the dental hygienist until I asked what was going on. Then I had to ask him to stop twice because I could once again feel pain , and mind you I know the difference between pressure and pain when a drill is bring drilled into your tooth and you have no idea what the hell is going on. At the end of this horrific journey I informed him I was in pain again and he did not stop. I do understand that the tooth had to come out but when you have had to administer numbing meds several times already and you have been at it for 2 hours , don't take it out on the patient because I promise I was just as ready to get the hell outta there as you was. He didn't even tell me he finally got the tooth out !! Asked if I was allergic to any meds and left the room never seen him again .. As far as check out to the receptionist never asked if I was ok nothing at all but handed a script and that was it.. I wouldn't take my dog there !!! This is the worst office ever !!!! May God be with you on your next extraction :)
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  • If a tooth is cracked or broken and nerves are exposed
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It’s recommended to get a professional cleaning at least two times per year.
  • Desensitizing toothpaste numbs the nerves in the teeth that can cause discomfort.
  • Mouth guard can protect against grinding teeth during sleep.
  • Fluoride treatment can be applied by dentists to sensitive areas to numb teeth and strengthen enamel.
  • Root canal can treat problems in a tooth’s core.
  • Surgical gum graft where a piece of gum tissue is removed from a section of the mouth to cover an exposed root.
Not everyone needs to have their wisdom teeth removed, but there are certain signs that can help you and your doctor determine if yours should be:
  • Wisdom teeth are pushing other teeth around, causing pain and misalignment
  • Cysts form around newly emerged wisdom teeth, causing jaw damage
  • Gums get inflamed and swollen, causing cavities and pain
  • Doctor determine from x-rays that wisdom teeth will cause problems in the near future

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