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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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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Pain and Discomfort in your Jaw? See Your Mt. Pleasant Dentist First

Pain and Discomfort in your Jaw? See Your Mt. Pleasant Dentist First

By Dental Health, Dental Visit, Oral Health

  Several conditions and causes can contribute to jaw pain, many are dental-related. Are you experiencing jaw pain or discomfort? Don’t suffer – see your dentist today. An Abscess There is a good chance that if tooth pain accompanies the pain in your jaw, inflammation, or a fever, you could have a tooth abscess. An abscess is an infection in the roots of your teeth and warrants assessment by your dentist. You may need to have the abscess drained or have a root canal to save the tooth. You may…

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Should I replace all my teeth with full arch implants?

Full Arch Implants – Consider Replacing Your Teeth

By Dental Implants

  If you are missing all your upper or lower teeth, Full Arch Implants may be a viable option for you. Full Arch Dental  implants are semi-removable prosthetic teeth that you cannot remove, but your dental provider can, if necessary. Typically, this procedure involves a set of six implants that create the full arch of your upper or lower teeth. Should you replace your teeth with full arch implants? Here’s what you need to know: Time Frame Fortunately, full arch implants are a relatively quick procedure and can be completed…

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Oral Health Problems May Affect Your Overall Health

Oral Health Problems May Affect Your Overall Health

By Oral Health

  Overall health and wellbeing is significantly impacted by Oral Health. Failure to maintain healthy oral hygiene can pave the way for a number of medical issues, illnesses, and problems. Some ways that oral health problems may affect your overall health and wellbeing include: Gum Disease It does not come as a surprise that your mouth is loaded with bacteria, some good and some bad. Daily brushing and flossing keeps the less-healthy bacteria at bay. If you fail to maintain dental hygiene, bacteria could morph into oral infections, gum disease,…

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The Importance of Good Oral Hygiene for Older Adults

The Importance of Good Oral Hygiene for Older Adults

By Oral Health

Just because you are getting older does not make you immune to dental issues stemming from poor oral hygiene. In fact, your risk for many dental-related problems increases with age. Prevent problems and pain later with consistent and good oral hygiene now. There are many reasons that put Older Adults at high-risk for a slew of dental issues: Inability to Brush There are seniors that may experience mobility challenges or physical challenges that make it difficult, if not impossible, to brush properly without assistance. It may be particularly tough for…

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