Schedule an appointment with Night & Day Dental so that your oral health can stay on the right track. Give us a call for your general cleaning or to learn more about cosmetic dentistry.
"I accompanied my friend to assist with interpretation. I was greeted professionally, direction was clear and he was seen on time of appointment.
Hygienist , TA and dentist were professional , caring and clear about the needs and cost. Thorough information and alternatives were discussed patiently and clearly. Facility is clean easy access and has designated area for children waiting. Dealing with public is tough but the staff showed no sign of stress. I admire their attitude and patience. Certainly it is the best choice."
"I had a great experience! I was happy that they were open late! Marie was my hygienist and I really like her!"
-Stephanie l. C.
Compassionate Family Dentists Serving the Triangle and Charlotte Areas
At Night & Day Dental, we are committed to providing you with a comfortable experience and top-quality dental care. We know that working your appointment with the dentist around busy schedules can get frustrating, so we provide our patients with appointments after the work day is over. All of the dental professionals on staff will work to improve the quality of your long-term oral health.
Everyone Deserves a Beautiful Healthy Smile
- The best thing you can do for the health of your teeth is to devote consistent attention to their care. This includes heading in to the dental office for regular cleanings and checkups. Experienced hygienists remove the plaque and bacteria that build up on your teeth. They will also teach you about any other oral hygiene steps you could and should be taking.
- During a routine visit, we will examine your mouth and throat, looking for warning signs of decay, infections, gum disease and oral cancer.
- General oral care also includes extractions and fillings, the addition of crowns and bridges, and root canals as they become necessary. If you are suffering from the pain of infected teeth, your general dentist is able to perform a root canal, relieving you from that pain and possibly saving your tooth.