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  • Straighten Your Smile Discreetly
    Are you interested in Invisalign from your Roanoke dentist? Your Roanoke, VA, dentist creates custom aligners using the specialized computer software. The clear aligners snuggle over your teeth and function just like traditional braces. They Read more
  • Caring for Your Child's Smile
    Would you like to help your child avoid cavities? The dentists at Hunting Hills Family Dentistry in Roanoke, VA, share a few tips that will help your son or daughter's Read more
  • Teach You Child Good Oral Hygiene Habits
    Your child's dental healthcare is important. Taking care of your kid's teeth and teaching children to care for their teeth is vital. Here at Hunting Hills Family Dentistry, your Roanoke, Read more
  • Don't Let a Lost Tooth Haunt Your Smile
    How dental implants from your dentists in Roanoke can restore your smile If you have lost teeth, you may be wondering what to do. Do you live without the teeth, hoping Read more
  • Do Children Need Extra Care?
    Pediatric dentists help your children maintain excellent oral health as they grow and mature. Our Roanoke, VA, dentists at Hunting Hills Family Dentistry explain why pediatric care is so important. Early Read more
  • The Different Types of Dentures
    What kind of dentures will give you back the smile you lost? Treating your tooth loss is something that you need to consider right away. Waiting to treat the issue or Read more
  • Straighten Your Smile Without Others Knowing
    Wearing metal braces isn’t the only option for achieving that straighter smile. Sure, you would love to fix that crowded smile or close those gaps between your teeth, but if you Read more
  • Teaching Your Child Good Oral Hygiene
    Here are some basic but still important tips you can teach your little one about oral care. As your child grows up there are so many things you will teach them: Read more
  • Will Thumb Sucking Impact My Child's Teething?
    Babies are notorious for sucking their thumbs to lull themselves to sleep or calm themselves down while crying. However, a serious thumb sucking habit could potentially affect your child’s teeth Read more
  • How to Take Care of Your Veneers?
    Have you recently received dental veneers and have a few questions about caring for your new smile? Dr. Richard Smith II, Dr. Karen Hutchison, Dr. Andrew Levine, Dr. Robert Banks Read more
  • When Should I Bring My Child In For a Dental Visit
    Instilling good oral hygiene habits in childhood is the best way for parents to help their kids achieve lifelong dental health. Encouraging a healthy relationship with the dentist early on Read more
  • What to Do When Your Child Has a Dental Emergency
    Accidents are a common and normal part of childhood. Even with precautions, it is impossible to predict when a fall or a sports injury will require emergency medical care. And Read more
  • How Your Dentist Sets Up Your Child Up For A Healthy Life
    Regular visits to the dentist are an excellent way to ensure that your child's teeth remain strong and healthy throughout his or her life. Roanake, VA, dentists--Dr. Richard D. Smith Read more
  • Oral Hygiene Starts With the First Tooth
    Most parents will likely agree that once the screaming stops, fewer things are more rewarding and adorable than the sight of their baby's first teeth erupting through their slippery little Read more
  • How Sealants Can Protect Your Child’s Smile
    Find out more about dental sealants and how they can protect against decay. It might seem hard to believe, but your child is susceptible to dental decay the minute their first Read more
  • The importance of baby teeth
    Pediatric dentists, like those at Hunting Hills Dentistry in Roanoke, Virginia, recommend that parents bring their children in for a cleaning and evaluation soon after their first birthday. Although this Read more

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