ADA/NASCAR Give Kids A Smile day at UIC puts kids on course to good oral health

The thunderous vrooooom of the revving engine startled the elementary school students, but not for long.

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Cerec Technology Dentistry – Bringing Big Smiles to the Triangle!

Dr. Andrews, one of North Carolina’s premier cosmetic dentists, is in demand for those individuals who only want the best. He and his team combine state-of-the-art treatments and individualized patient care to ensure both comfort and optimum outcome. His commitment to the patient, safety, and care is what distinguishes the practice as one of the industry leaders in entire Triangle area.

CEREC Technology Dentistry

cerec dentistry technologyWhen it comes to cerec technology, Dr. Andrews does not hesitate to utilize the most advanced in techniques. In fact, he is considered a forerunner in his use of new exciting technology. He is proud to offer CEREC for all his patients for tooth restoration that requires far less injections and drilling. There will be no traditional discomfort when sitting in the chair.  Click here to learn more http://ddscarydentist.com/cerec-dentistry/.

Dr. Mark Andrews truly believes in painless dentistry. If your need is cosmetic or restorative, he will provide you with a beautiful natural smile you can be proud of, and you can be assured of the most positive of experiences.

Who is Dr. Mark Andrews?

Mark Andrews, DDS your Triangle Area Cary Family Dentist was born in Upstate New York, and he grew up in the local Cary area. He earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree in 1991 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  He also earned an Undergraduate Degree in Chemistry.

Dr. Andrews established his practice in 1992 and he has spent over 1000 hours enhancing his aesthetic, restorative and reconstructive skills from the world’s premier dentists. As his career and reputation continues to grow, he has gained the respect of his peers and his patients. A highly sought after expert who helps other dental professionals who need guidance about aesthetic and restorative needs, Dr. Andrews has also been featured in a series of videos on YouTube.

When there is a need for complete smile transformation, your Cary Family Dentist also includes a highly skilled professional team solely focused on the patient. New patients coming into the area or who have had other dentists in the past, can be assured we will meet all the needs of preventative, cosmetic, restorative and general dentistry through the highest level of care and expertise.

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This post about smiles is brought to you by Doctor Mark Andrews, DDS your Cary Family Dentist. We are located in Cary, NC at 206 Towne Village Drive. Our phone is 919 388 3111 and you can send us an e-mail at mjandrewsdds@yahoo.com

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5 Reasons to SMILE with Your Cary Family Dentist

SmileA smile is the most basic of human expression. All of us have one; it is truly what we have in common. For all of us, life is often filled with wonderful memories of smiles and joyful moments. But unfortunately, some people are embarrassed by their imperfect smiles. They do not like the way they look and they will go to extreme measures to hide what they think is a permanent issue. But smiles can indeed be created when they involve the right dentist.

Your Cary NC Aesthetic and Family Dentist Dr. Mark Andrews and his team of highly-skilled professionals are committed to providing the highest level of cosmetic and restorative dental care available in the Triangle region.

Here are five excellent reasons to SMILE with Cary Family Dentist:

  • S: Simplicity is often found within one’s smile, and it is what people remember in a first impression.
  • M: Messages of both attitude and positive personality are found in the humanness of a smile.
  • I: Image is critical, especially for professionals whose smile often brings both engagement and opportunity.
  • L: Likeability is often the central ingredient of a warm and wonderful smile.
  • E: Energy is the direct byproduct and the truest reflection of a brilliant smile.

Doctor Andrews, working together with the artistic ability of his ceramist, uses his outstanding techniques and superb attention to detail to craft stunning veneers that are specifically designed to enhance your facial features.  The end result is a beautiful dreamy smile, and it is often achieved in less than two visits.

With Dr. Andrews, you can be assured that your smile can be enhanced or even completely transformed, and you will be certain to enjoy a positive dental experience unlike any other in Wake County and the Triangle. With your Cary Family Dentist centrally located in Cary on Town Village Drive, it is a short drive from virtually anywhere in the Raleigh area.

Nat King Cole once sang, “Smile and maybe tomorrow you’ll see the sun shining through for you.”

We promise you will soon be singing that happy tune. Call us for an appointment today. We want you in our Smile Gallery with so many others. You should see their smiles!

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This post about smiles is brought to you by Doctor Mark Andrews, DDS your Cary Family Dentist. We are located in Cary, NC at 206 Towne Village Drive. Our phone is 919 388 3111 and you can send us an e-mail at mjandrewsdds@yahoo.com

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ADA Foundation supports Give Kids A Smile

Since the establishment of the Give Kids A Smile Fund in 2007, the ADA Foundation has made grants in excess of $ 1 million to support GKAS observances nationwide.  

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ADA Foundation supports Give Kids A Smile

Since the establishment of the Give Kids A Smile Fund in 2007, the ADA Foundation has made grants in excess of $ 1 million to support GKAS observances nationwide.  

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5 Habits That Destroy Your Smile

Academy of General Dentistry spokesperson Steven A. Ghareeb, DDS, FAGD, offers advice on how to keep your smile healthy and pretty by avoiding these five bad oral health habits.

 

1. Not flossing

Brushing your teeth twice a day is important, but many patients don’t realize that flossing at least once a day is just as critical to achieving—and maintaining—a healthy smile. Floss…
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