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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What's the Difference Between Traditional and Same Day Dental Crowns?

What’s the Difference Between Traditional and Same Day Dental Crowns?

By Dental Health, Oral Health

A dental crown is a very common procedure that can span several visits with your dentist. So, what is a Same Day dental crown? Quite simply, it’s a crown that only requires a single visit to your dentist in Mt. Pleasant, SC. So, what is the difference between traditional and same day dental crowns? They are similar in ways. Both traditional and Same Day Dental crowns are similar in function, serving to restore and replace damaged teeth. The real difference is in the technology: Same Day crowns are crafted using…

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What to Expect While Recovering from Dental Treatment

What to Expect While Recovering from Dental Treatment

By Dental Visit

If we’re being honest, no one looks forward to having dental work done. Whether you have the appointment on the books or think it’s finally time to schedule that procedure you’ve been putting off, you might be wondering what to expect during your recovery period. While your dentist will go over what you should expect for your individual dental treatment, there are some general concerns to be aware of following a dental procedure, such as infection, lingering pain, and how long to follow your post-treatment regimen before going back to…

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Top 10 Common Causes for a Toothache

Top 10 Common Causes for a Toothache

By Dental Health, Dental Visit

Toothaches can be a pain in the mouth to deal with. It can sometimes be hard to pinpoint the source of your dental discomfort, which is why we put together a list of the top 10 common causes for a toothache. As with any dental problem, it’s always a good idea to talk to the professionals before deciding on a diagnosis or treatment plan for your toothache. 10. Dental Alignments Retainers, braces, headgear, and other orthodontic alignment systems are one of the many causes for dental pain. Unfortunately, in most…

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6 Tips to Help You Floss Your Teeth for Lasting Results

6 Tips to Help You Floss Your Teeth for Lasting Results

By Dental Health

Let’s be honest: everyone has lied about how much they floss their teeth. But did you know that food can get trapped between your teeth, leading to cavities, hot and cold sensitivity, and even gingivitis? Thankfully, there are some ways to floss your teeth like the pros! 1. Using Waterpik Waterpik is the latest in flossing technology. It’s easy to use and incredibly efficient. Waterpik sends a stream of pressurized water between your teeth to loosen stuck food and remove any plaque. It’s incredibly easy to use and much less…

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5 Oral Health Tips for a Happy Holiday

5 Oral Health Tips for a Happy Holiday

By Dental Health, Oral Health

The holiday season comes around once every year, but if you aren’t careful it can cause serious problems for your oral health. The holiday season is full of potential dental dangers, from excess sugar and disrupted routines to packages that are better opened by kitchen scissors than your incisors! That is why it is important to take care of your oral health this holiday season. Lucky for you, we here at Crossland Dental Associates have five tips to make sure your holidays aren’t ho-hum because of dental problems. Sweets Aren’t…

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Long-Term Effects of Thumb-Sucking and How to Help Your Child Stop

Long-Term Effects of Thumb-Sucking and How to Help Your Child Stop

By Children's Oral Health

Did you know that around 30% of pre-school aged children continue to suck their thumbs? Thumb-sucking is an inherent urge to suck on something, stemming from curious babies putting everything in their mouth. This predilection wanes after six-months, but may continue at bedtime or when self-soothing. Most children wean themselves from thumb-sucking by the time they are a toddler, though some older children may continue the habit during times of stress or anxiety which can have oral repercussions. Talk to your child’s doctor if they persist in thumb-sucking after age…

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