Archdale, North Carolina

Patrick M Pitts, DDS

Patrick M Pitts, DDS

207 Balfour Dr
Archdale, NC 27263-3532
(336) 431-0002
Patrick M Pitts, DDS, Dentists, Health and Beauty, Archdale, North Carolina

Your smile is often one of the first things that people notice about you, which is why the cosmetic dentistry experts at the office of Patrick M. Pitts, DDS are so committed to helping their patients achieve healthy grins that they’re proud to show off. Based in Archdale, NC, the practice is led by Dr. Patrick M. Pitts, who specializes in cosmetic and restorative solutions, as well as general dentistry services.

This dentist offers an extensive range of effective teeth replacement solutions, including bridges and crowns. He also specializes in veneers, which help to enhance the look of your natural teeth and achieve a straight, vivid smile. Patients in need of replacements for multiple teeth can also benefit from the practice’s partial and complete denture services.

While cosmetic dentistry may be Dr. Pitts’ specialty, he also offers an array of general dentistry services, including preventative dental care. From teeth cleanings to fillings for cavities, the office of Patrick M. Pitts, DDS provides exceptional dentistry services to help you keep your oral health strong.

Through their patient-oriented approach, this dental care team finds solutions that work best for your unique needs. Whether you’re considering a cosmetic dentistry option like Invisalign® or veneers, or you need to find the restorative solution that will best fit your lifestyle, the dentist and hygienists give you their time and undivided attention to ensure you’re completely satisfied with your oral care choices.

To make the office of Patrick M. Pitts, DDS your one-stop practice for all of your general, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry needs, call (336) 431-0002 and learn more about becoming a patient. You can also visit the practice’s website for a more detailed description of their services, or like their Facebook page for up-to-date announcements from the dentist and his team.

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