Dr. Greg Reece and the team at Dentistry of the Queen City are dedicated to the oral health and wellness of our patients. We strive to provide dental care personalized to your unique needs and cosmetic goals. Dr. Reece is a Dawson trained dentist. He offers comprehensive diagnosis and care for complex concerns affecting your dental health including bite problems.
Our Charlotte dentist office is your local dental home. We offer routine preventive dental care to smile makeovers to restore or enhance your smile. Welcome to join our growing dental family and enjoy the many benefits of optimal oral health.
Invisalign: This treatment method uses clear aligners to correct crooked teeth.
Porcelain Veneers: Do you have crooked, chipped, discolored, or broken teeth? Dental veneers are a great solution for you.
Tooth Bonding: Tooth bonding is an economical alternative to porcelain veneers that is a simple and quick option.
Tooth Whitening: KOR teeth whitening involves at-home and in-office treatment to help patients achieve a brighter and brilliant smile.
Dental Fillings: Dental filling treatment preserves natural teeth and prevent tooth extraction.
Emergency Dentistry: Call Dr. Reece’s dental office at 704.486.8911 in the event of an oral health emergency.
Family Dentistry: Prepare your child for their first visit to the dentist to encourage positive oral health habits.
Mouthguards: Do you or your child play contact sports? Wear a custom professional sports mouthguard to protect teeth.
Root Canal: A root canal is needed when the pulp inside of a tooth chamber becomes infected from a cavity, injury, or cracked tooth. Furthermore, this procedure removes and seals out infection to prevent tooth loss.
Sedation Dentistry: Sedation dentistry ensures that patients with dental fear or anxiety have a pain-free and stress-free visit to the dentist. In addition, all types of patients may address minor or complex dental concerns with relaxing care in our office.
Tooth Extraction: Tooth extraction is necessary if teeth are too damaged for root canal treatment. Remove decayed, crowded, and misaligned teeth with an extraction.
Dental Bridges: Replace multiple consecutive lost teeth with a dental bridge. A dental bridge can be secured to adjacent teeth or dental implants.
Dental Crowns: Protect worn, broken tooth, and damaged teeth with a dental crown. Crowns blend in with natural teeth because they are made of reflective porcelain.
Dental Implants: Replace the gaps in your smile with dental implants. Dental implants are a versatile treatment option for patients with missing teeth. A dental implant is made up of a titanium post, abutment, and dental crown.
Dentures and Partials: Full and partial dentures help prevent teeth from shifting and becoming overcrowded. In addition to this, dentures may help prevent further tooth loss.
Periodontal Therapy: Periodontitis, or gum disease, may cause gums to swell, bleed, and recede. If your gums bleed when brushing or flossing, you may be developing gingivitis, which precedes gum disease.
TMJ Treatment: Temporomandibular joint disorders cause tooth and jaw pain, as well as lockjaw, earaches, and teeth clenching and grinding.