Looking Out for Your Smile

Dr. Dye offers services like Invisalign® only when they work best for you. We consider our practice to be one of conservative dentistry. Through this approach, all our treatments are designed to save as much of the natural teeth as much as possible. This can be a composite filling to rebuild the tooth, a porcelain veneer to strengthen it, or even dental crowns to cover a damaged tooth.

Practicing dentistry in a conservative manner also means that we won’t push expensive, massive treatments on you when something less expensive and less invasive will do just fine. If you come to us with dentures and leave with dental implants, we’ll make every effort to rework your dentures to be supported by the implants, rather than make you buy a whole new appliance.

 


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Always Smiling Ourselves

Many people are afraid of the dentist not only because they worry about pain, but also because they are afraid of the work that will have to be done. Dr. Dye understands these concerns, and strives to make his patients as relaxed as possible.

One feature of our practice that Savannah patients love is our sense of humor and fun. We always take your oral health seriously, but that doesn’t mean we have to terrify you with grim news. We want our patients to be comfortable when they visit us, and being able to share a laugh with Dr. Dye is a great way to enter your dental visit calmly.

Dr. Dye’s counseling background also assists in helping patients relax. He has a Masters of Science in Counseling and spent several years as the director of a victim assistance program in Virginia. This experience makes him the perfect person to listen to and address your concerns.

 


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Uncompromising Safety

Infection control in our office is also very important to us. To protect our patients and ourselves, we strictly maintain sterilization and cross contamination processes using standards recommended by the American Dental Association (ADA), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and the Center for Disease Control (CDC).