Periodontal Disease and COVID-19
Added on: March 3, 2021
Stanley Dentistry in Cary, NC

Recent studies show that people with periodontal disease are more likely to suffer severe symptoms after contracting COVID-19.

Posted In: Family Dentistry
Free Spring Photoshoot
Added on: February 25, 2021
spring photoshoot - Stanley Dentistry in Cary, NC

Get your spring photos for free with Stanley Dentistry! On May 16, we’ll be doing a free patient photoshoot in Cary. Register here.

Posted In: Family Dentistry
Don’t Want Dentures? Get Omega Teeth
Added on: February 7, 2021
Omega Teeth full mouth implants

What makes Omega Teeth the best full-mouth dental implant solution? We made every part of the system with you in mind.

Posted In: Dental Implants
Correct Your Child’s Teeth Before They Need Braces
Added on: January 28, 2021

Years before your dentist recommends braces for your child, they could have HealthyStart — an alternative to traditional orthodontics.

Posted In: Orthodontics
Fix Dark Gum Spots Without Scraping
Added on: January 19, 2021
Stanley Dentistry in Cary, NC

When you think of perfecting the appearance of your smile, the color, shape, and symmetry of your teeth are probably the first things that come to mind. Beautiful teeth equal a beautiful smile, right? In some cases that’s true, but we also see a lot of patients who are frustrated… Read More…

Spots on Tongue: Are They Dangerous?
Added on: December 18, 2020
Stanley Dentistry in Cary, NC

If you’ve noticed a few spots or bumps on your tongue, chances are they’re nothing serious. However, in some cases, spots and bumps can act as signs of a larger, more serious disorder. If you’ve noticed any jarring changes in your oral health, talk with your dentist at your next… Read More…

Do I Have Periodontal Disease?
Added on: November 17, 2020
Stanley Dentistry in Cary, NC

The most common condition we see in our office (that isn’t a cavity) is undoubtedly periodontal disease. Periodontal disease, or gum disease, occurs when bacteria get underneath the gumline, multiplying and infecting the sensitive tissue. The bacteria encourages the gum tissue to lift away from the teeth. Without the gums… Read More…

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All About Invisalign
Added on: November 4, 2020
Stanley Dentistry in Cary, NC

Hi, Dr. Bobbi of Stanley Dentistry here. I wanted to talk to you today and give you some information about Invisalign. Invisalign are clear aligner braces that can help straighten your teeth without being intrusive in your personal life. I’m going to turn it over to our lead Invisalign assistant,… Read More…

Posted In: Orthodontics
Why Do Dentists Need Your Health History?
Added on: October 22, 2020
Stanley Dentistry in Cary, NC

We know no one enjoys filling out paperwork, but in any medical environment, all those questions about your medications and medical history are incredibly important. Most people acknowledge that they need to fill out paperwork at places like their GP or orthopedic, but at dental offices, paperwork is often left… Read More…

What is a Dental Implant Made Of?
Added on: October 8, 2020
Stanley Dentistry in Cary, NC

“Hello everyone, Dr. Robert Stanley, Smile Engineer, here. Today, I want to talk to you about something that really is close to my heart which is, ‘what is a dental implant made out of?’ So, most dental implants are made out of titanium. But what most people don’t realize is… Read More…

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Teeth Whitening: What are my Options?
Added on: October 5, 2020
Stanley Dentistry in Cary, NC

Whitening at Stanley Dentistry “Hi, Dr. Bobbi Stanley here at Stanley Dentistry. Have you thought about whitening, but you’re a little bit confused about your options? Well, let me tell you a little bit about your professional options here at Stanley Dentistry. There are three types of whitening options here. … Read More…

Why We Use the No-Hole Technique to Treat Gum Recession
Added on: September 25, 2020
Stanley Dentistry in Cary, NC

Gum recession (where the gums gradually pull away from the teeth) is an incredibly common problem among adults. Recession appears due to a variety of reasons including poor dental hygiene (leading to periodontal disease), aggressive brushing, and general aging. Because so many patients have it, dentists are always trying to… Read More…

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