Here at Relax Dental, we truly love helping people take good care of their oral health. It might sound nuts, but we wake up every day energized and excited to help our friends in High Point, Greensboro, Burlington, and beyond keep their smiles healthy and happy. But despite our enthusiasm, we know that many people actually dread going to the dentist. Maybe they’ve had a bad experience in the past, maybe they worry about painful treatments, or maybe they fear they’ll be criticized if they’ve let their oral care routines slip. If you’re someone who puts off dental visits because you’re convinced it will be unpleasant, then Relax is the place for you. Here at Relax Dental, we go out of our way to make our patients feel comfortable during cleanings, checkups, and fillings. We’ll never judge you if it’s been a while since your last cleaning—we know you’re busy, and we’re just thrilled to be able to offer our expert and compassionate care! So whether you’ve recently moved to the Greensboro, High Point, or Burlington areas, you’re looking for a new general dentist, or you just haven’t had a dental checkup in a long time, contact our office todayfor a consultation.
We’d love to meet you and your family. Call us today at (336) 841-0000 to schedule an appointment where you can meet our staff and tour our office.
To learn about our practice and learn the answers to some of our most frequently asked dental health questions, check out our FAQ page.
What Is the Difference between a General Dentist and a Family General Dentist?
Any licensed dentist who has met the qualifications of the state they are practicing in and has obtained a license through their state dental board qualifies to practice general dentistry. A general dentist cannot declare themself a specialist, but they may limit their practice to an area that they have expertise in. Whether a dentist chooses to only practice general dentistry decides to offer cosmetic dentistry or implant dentistry, it is our obligation to make sure the services we provide are done at the standard of care for that particular’service.
Family general dentistry is a term used by general dentists to indicate that they accommodate all family members—from pediatrics all the way to our most senior patients.