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Protect Your Enamel from Dental Erosion

March 25th, 2020

We know that the foods we eat and drink can have a definite impact on our smiles. Staining is an unhappy side effect of many of our menu favorites. That’s why we sip red wine through a straw, rinse with water after a slice of blueberry pie, and cut back on the coffee and tea […]

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Should You Get Dental Veneers?

March 18th, 2020

Dental veneers are a popular treatment to improve the appearance of your smile. Dr. Eric Schimpfhauser and Dr. Angela Haller and our team want to help you understand whether this dental option is right for you. Veneers, also known as laminates, are custom-made shells that cover the front of your teeth. They can change the […]

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Your Options for Sedation Dentistry

March 11th, 2020

Fear of going to the dentist is more common than you may think. That’s why Dr. Eric Schimpfhauser and Dr. Angela Haller and our team want to make your visit as relaxing as possible. Your anxiety about pain or routine procedures doesn’t have to stop you from visiting our Waxhaw, NC office; we offer various […]

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Teeth Grinding Can Damage Your Teeth

March 4th, 2020

Grinding of the teeth, also known as bruxism, is a serious condition from which nearly ten percent of Americans suffer. It’s a mechanical reflex that often happens during slumber. Unfortunately, most people don’t recall grinding their teeth when they awaken. This makes it difficult to catch the condition before serious damage occurs. Some people notice […]

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Eric Schimpfhauser, DDS and Angela Haller, DDS
8175-A Kensington Drive
Waxhaw, NC 28173
(704) 843-3270

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8175-A Kensington Drive
Waxhaw, NC 28173
(704) 843-3270
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We are continuing to monitor the recommendations by the CDC and have made several changes to our office protocols in response to COVID-19. Our office will continue to update all patients with email addresses on file. All others can reach out to our office by phone (704) 843-3270. We appreciate your understanding and have provided a direct link to the CDC website so our patients can stay informed. We hope everyone stays healthy and safe! ×