We’ve all heard about the importance of “dating” your spouse or significant other, but what about dating your dentist? No, not in the romantic sense – in the practical sense. One question we often hear at Dakota Dental is “how often should I visit?” The answer is not simple. In fact, how often you should…
Soda. Pop. Cola. Coke. By any name, soft drinks are still sweet. These carbonated drinks may tickle your taste buds, but they also excite the bacteria living in your mouth. The sugar, phosphoric acid, and other acidic byproducts found in sodas feed bacteria while softening tooth enamel. This combination allows the bacteria to produce excessive…
Promote healthy teeth from the start with your children! Dakota Dental family dentistry believes it is important for parents to instill in their children, from the youngest ages, the importance of staying healthy and taking care of your teeth.
Dakota Dental offers a full menu of comprehensive dental services, from general dental work to cosmetic dentistry to restorative dental work.
At Dakota Dental, the dental services team can often repair damage caused by dental emergencies and restore teeth to their natural beauty.
Dakota Dental Apple Valley Family Dentistry provided free dental care for low-income children under age 18 on February 1, 2013, Give Kids a Smile Day.
Dakota Dental Apple Valley Family Dentistry takes every precaution to protect and improve patient health, including switching to digital dental X-ray technology.
This February, come into our Apple Valley dentistry office for teeth whitening and receive a $265 discount – our Valentine’s Day gift to you!
Take Advantage of our Valentine Teeth Whitening Special of $185 (normally $450) … for Yourself … or Your Valentine!
Dakota Dental Center is here to help you make the most of that memory. This February, come into our Apple Valley dentistry office for teeth whitening and receive a $265 discount – our Valentine’s Day gift to you!
Dakota Dental Apple Valley Family Dentistry will provide free dental care for low-income children under age 18 on February 1, 2013, Give Kids a Smile Day.