Our number one goal is keeping your smile

We believe that a healthier smile means a happier you.

OUR CORE SERVICES
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Are damaged or missing teeth causing you to hide your smile? Are you embarrassed by tooth decay, broken, or cracked teeth? Don’t hide any longer. Get your beautiful smile back with a dental crown or dental bridge.

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Most people have had a filling at some point in their lives. Dental fillings are used to treat tooth decay or to restore a damaged tooth. The most popular type of filling is the silver amalgam filling.

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At Happy Tooth family and cosmetic dentistry, we will give you a free smile assessment to help you make the choice that is right for you, your budget, and your lifestyle. We’ll always help to preserve your natural teeth.

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For most teenagers, getting braces is a rite of passage. If you have crooked teeth or a misaligned bite, regardless of your age, braces are often the best option to help straighten teeth.

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Invisalign is the “invisible” alternative to traditional braces. Invisalign uses a series of clear, custom-made aligners to gradually move your teeth into their desired position. Invisilign is also removal when needed.

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We offer other dental services such as the treatment of periodontal disease, also called gingivitis or gum disease which is fairly common in even younger patients.

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FEATURED TEAM MEMBERS

Doctor of the Quarter

Dr. Robert B. Nay

Dr. Robert B. Nay - Orthodontist in Chapel Hill
Dr. Nay continually displays leadership qualities that both his patients and staff appreciate and admire.

Employee of the Month

Gabriela

Gabriela - Chapel Hill
Working at our Chapel Hill office, Gabriela is dedicated to serving The Happy Tooth with the utmost integrity.

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