Author Archives: Park Crossing Dentistry

About Park Crossing Dentistry

Park Crossing Dentistry has been providing conservative, professional and friendly dental care for the entire family since 1984. Services include preventative care, fillings, crowns, Invisalign, cosmetic dentistry, extractions, root canals and more.

Our Team in School for a Day

We had fun at our Continuing Education Class with Dr. Michalski. Our entire staff participated in a day of dental education. Advertisements

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New Patient Gifts!

If you know anyone who needs a good dentist in Charlotte, tell them to contact us! We have new patient gifts we are offering until supplies run out. Have them call Angie at 704-541-5059 (pictured here with one of the … Continue reading

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Celebrating with Dr. Neubauer!

We had a great time celebrating Dr. Neubauer’s birthday recently…he turned the big 4-0! Pictured are Dr. Neubauer and most of our staff.

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Park Crossing’s Anniversary

Congratulations to our owners, Dr. Bateman and Dr. Neubauer! September 10th is Park Crossing’s 33rd anniversary!

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The Hidden Benefits of Invisalign

Most patients want Invisalign to straighten their teeth for aesthetic reasons. However, what most people don’t know is that Invisalign helps with a healthier mouth. Gums may be affected by overcrowding and cause periodontal disease symptoms. Straightening your teeth helps … Continue reading

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The Many Benefits of Invisalign

Most patients want Invisalign to straighten their teeth for aesthetic reasons. However, what most people don’t know is that Invisalign helps with a healthier mouth. Gums may be affected by overcrowding and cause periodontal disease symptoms. Straightening your teeth helps … Continue reading

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Cavities and Our Kids

Approximately 78% of Americans by age 17 have had at least 1 cavity.  This stresses the importance of healthy oral hygiene and regular dental visits from an early age. (Source: American Dental Hygienists’ Association (ADHA))

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