Providence, North Carolina

Anderson Dental Group

Anderson Dental Group

1819 East Innes St, Ste 2
Salisbury, NC 28146
(704) 663-3300
Anderson Dental Group, Dentists, Health and Beauty, Salisbury, North Carolina

Your smile is an important part of your appearance; it’s unique to you and should be cared for by a skilled dentist. With nearly 20 years of experience, Anderson Dental Group in Salisbury, NC, is devoted to providing you with the best possible dental services in the field. You and your family will benefit from their personalized solutions and inviting atmosphere.

 

This local dental practice is led by three well-trained dentists that specialize in a wide range of services. From simple teeth cleanings to cosmetic dentistry procedures, they take pride in providing treatments that are tailored to your specific needs. Their state-of-the-art facility is equipped with cutting-edge technology, allowing them to get detailed X-rays of your teeth and gum lines to assess your oral health.

 

Patients will also benefit from an array of cosmetic dentistry options, such as dental implants, full and partial dentures, and same-day crowns. This trusted team will work with you to create a natural-looking smile that will helps build self-confidence. If you need braces, but are worried about the appearance of metal in your mouth, feel free to ask them about Invisalign® or invisible braces.

 

Your comfort and well-being are the top priority for these compassionate dentists. You can look forward to regular checkups with their team of friendly dental assistants. Patients are always treated with respect by staff members, who understand that dental care is a sensitive and private matter.

 

When searching for a reputable dental practice for your family, go with the professionals at Anderson Dental Group. Call them today at (704) 663-3300 to schedule a free consultation or visit them online for more information.

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