The goal of restorative dental care is to help patients regain their oral health after injuries or tooth decay. As a Christian dental office, we’re fully dedicated to the health and well-being of our patients. In our efforts to always provide 5-star dentistry, we offer a wide range of services to help you achieve the smile of your dreams!
Dr. Blevins and his team would be more than happy to help you on your journey toward a healthier, more beautiful smile. To request an appointment with our dentist in Mullins, SC, call Blevins Dentistry at (843) 561-4039.
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Our dentist may recommend a crown to restore a severely damaged tooth or cover a dental implant. He also uses dental crowns to restore teeth after certain procedures, such as Learn More.
Our dentist can plan and place your dental bridge in one visit to our office. This saves you the hassle of having to schedule multiple appointments to replace a missing tooth. Instead, you’ll be able to leave our office with your brand-new smile in one visit. Learn More
Dr. Blevins may recommend a filling to restore a tooth with a small cavity. Unlike other offices, we only offer fillings made of composite resin. These tooth-colored fillings are an exact color match to the rest of your enamel so you won’t be able to tell they’re even there! Learn More
When patients talk about snap-in dentures, what they are likely referring to is an overdenture. An overdenture is a special type of denture that basically “snaps in place” over dental implants. Learn More
A dental implant replaces a missing tooth—without us having to file down adjacent teeth like we would with a dental bridge. This allows us to save as much healthy tooth structure as possible! Learn More
The first step of the full-mouth reconstruction process is to evaluate your teeth and gums, which will determine the procedures needed to achieve desired results. Dental implants with crowns, bridges, or porcelain veneers are typically used as part of the reconstruction process. Learn More
About Learn Moreage 30 and older have periodontal disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The good news is that periodontal disease can be prevented by practicing good oral hygiene and seeing our dentist every 6 months.