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How Can I Replace My Missing Teeth?

Posted on Apr 09, 2018

Tooth loss can occur for several reasons including periodontal (gum) disease, tooth decay (cavities), or trauma. Dr. Jeffrey Scott and his team can help you prevent edentulism through regular examinations and early diagnosis of dental disease concerns.

Caring for Our Eastern NC Community

Posted on Nov 20, 2017

Crystal Coast Dentistry was excited to work with the North Carolina Dental Society on their recent Missions of Mercy program in New Bern, NC.

Periodontal Disease Diagnosis and Treatment at Crystal Coast Dentistry

Posted on Feb 09, 2017

Crystal Coast Dentistry’s In-House Dental Plans

Posted on Jan 09, 2017

Chipping a tooth or losing a filling is already stressful and worrying about how you'll pay for your care when you don't have dental insurance just adds to your anxiety. Crystal Coast Dentistry is excited to announce our new In-House Dental Plan specifically for the uninsured.

Broken or Chipped Tooth?

Posted on Nov 26, 2016

There are times when your tooth may break. While this is an upsetting and frightening experience, don’t panic...there are things you can do! And Crystal Coast Dentistry is here to help!

Necessity of Regular Dental Visits for People with Dentures

Posted on Nov 15, 2016

Dental Implants

Posted on Jun 02, 2016

Serving Morehead City with Outstanding Dental Care

Posted on Sep 11, 2013

If you live in or are visiting the Morehead City area, and find yourself in need of a dentist (no matter if it is a cleaning, a dental emergency or a consultation), please give us a call and allow the dentists and dental team at Crystal Coast Dentistry show you our level of care.

Are you brushing your teeth correctly?

Posted on May 20, 2013

Make sure to visit your dentist every 6 months for your dental cleanings! Carteret County's Crystal Coast Dentistry is always accepting new patients, and we files all insurances.

Are you experiencing a toothache?

Posted on May 15, 2013

Crystal Coast Dentistry urges you, if you feel or suspect the first pangs of a toothache, to go ahead and schedule an appointment with your dentist. You certainly do not want to take the chance on waiting to “see what happens”.