We believe dental visits should be stress free.

Dental care is about more than just teeth and gums; it’s about relationships. Crossland Dental Associates has proudly served the Charleston community for more than 20 years. Our patients are our neighbors and friends. We would love to serve you too.

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We believe dental visits should be stress free.

Welcome to Crossland Dental Associates. Our practice is dedicated to providing the highest quality care for every patient. Our dental team, led by Dr. Crossland and Dr. Bodie, is here to help you and your family achieve and maintain excellent oral health.

Our dental staff is made up of specialized and highly trained individuals who look to provide energetic and fun-loving service to all of our patients.  In an effort to deliver the best dental care available, our staff depends on the latest technological advances in dental health by attending continuing education courses and seminars. We look forward to your next visit!

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Is it Safe to Use Baking Soda to Brush my Teeth?

Is it Safe to Use Baking Soda to Brush my Teeth?

By Oral Health

    Can you brush your teeth with ordinary baking soda? While it is a common ingredient in many commercial kinds of toothpaste, is it safe to use straight soda on your teeth? This product has long been lauded as an effective way to whiten and brighten everything from dirty clothes to your tile grout. Sure, you can brush with baking soda, but do so with caution: Baking Soda and Teeth Baking soda is less abrasive if you mix it with something, like water. Some may find that their mouth…

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Why Does My Mouth Feel Dry?

Top Reasons for Dry Mouth Syndrome

By Oral Health

  Do you struggle with a persistently dry mouth? Many people do but surprisingly, there could be a very simple way to curb this. Dry mouth can cause foul breath, which can cause embarrassment and withdrawal; this condition may be a symptom of something else going on. It is estimated that 10% of people experience Dry Mouth Syndrome, which is simply a lack of adequate saliva. Around a quarter of the senior population report chronic symptoms, which may be in direct correlation with an increase in other health conditions. Dry…

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Top Reasons Your Teeth Are Becoming Weaker and Worn Down

Top Reasons Your Teeth Are Becoming Weaker and Worn Down

By Oral Health

Are your teeth becoming worn down? There are a few prevalent reasons why your teeth may be weak and worn, as well as some tips for dealing with the subsequent sensitivity and discomfort. Know the prime causes of weak, worn teeth as well as what you can do about the pain. If your teeth are becoming weaker and worn down, here are three reasons: Bruxism Bruxism is a fancy term for grinding your teeth, which causes them to become weak and worn down over time. This is not uncommon and…

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What Are the Most Common Side Effects of Teeth Whitening?

What Are the Most Common Side Effects of Teeth Whitening?

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  Thinking about teeth whitening? This is a very common procedure with satisfying results for many, but you should know that there are often some side effects of this process. The bleaching solution used to whiten and brighten your smile can cause some patients issues or sensitivity, or you could experience a range of common side effects. Some potential side effects of teeth whitening include the following: There Could Be Discomfort If you Have Sensitive Teeth If you already have sensitive teeth or experience pain when eating certain foods or…

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It Is Imperative to Treat Gum Disease, but Why?

Treating Gum Disease Is Imperative, but Why?

By Dental Health, Dental Visit, Oral Health

While it is common to experience some degree of gum disease, it is imperative that it is treated by your dental provider. Gum Disease or periodontal disease begins with a build-up of plaque, which is bacterial growth between teeth and along the gum-line and if left untreated, is the most common cause of tooth loss among adults in the US. While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that over 50% of Americans over the age of 30 live with Gum Disease, it is a dental and medical…

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What Impact Does Pregnancy Have on Your Teeth and Gums?

What Impact Does Pregnancy Have on Your Teeth and Gums?

By Dental Health, Oral Health

  When you- or your loved one- become pregnant, you may not think of how it impacts oral health and hygiene. The truth is, Pregnancy Teeth are more prone to and at-risk for dental issues due to hormones, diet, and lifestyle.Pregnancy increases the chance of contracting specific oral health issues, so be aware and use good dental hygiene practices, particularly if you are expecting. Periodontal Disease Periodontal disease- also called gum disease- is a very common dental condition that can eventually lead to tooth loss. It is caused by bacteria,…

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