At Kingery & Kingery, DDS, we’re dedicated to continuing education and life-long learning. We regularly attend workshops and seminars to learn the latest and greatest in dentistry, then we bring that knowledge and those services back home to our patients in Clemmons. Follow along on our blog for bi-monthly articles on all things oral health.
What is Gum Disease? The short answer: gum disease is a common gum infection that can become very problematic, but you can prevent it! The long answer: all the tissues in your body have a self-defense mechanism called “inflammation.” When bacteria build up in your mouth, your gum tissue will inflame to try and kill… (Read More)
CariFree® is a revolutionary dental product line that balances the bacteria in your mouth for a healthier pH level. Once the chemical makeup inside your mouth is healthy and stable, CariFree products have been scientifically proven to prevent cavities. They also offer solutions for sensitive teeth and dry mouth, and xylitol gum in addition to… (Read More)
We’ve all had a toothache at some point or another. While you should always consult your Clemmons dentists, it’s not always a serious problem. Often, the issue can be fixed with a filling or a root canal. However, many people have found themselves in a situation where the tooth is not salvageable, and the only… (Read More)
Your mouth is an intelligent system made to work with every piece doing its part. When you’re missing a tooth, the empty spaces are more than unsightly; they can be dangerous. Your other teeth, your gums, and even the bones in your face rely on you having a full smile. Enter: dental implants. Thanks to… (Read More)
Did you know the same plaque that decays your teeth can cause major heart problems? What if you could fight plaque and heart failure both by improving your oral health? Kingery & Kingery, DDS is here to tell you more! Someone dies from a heart attack every minute, according to the American Heart Association, and… (Read More)
Why Are My Teeth Sensitive? There are many specialized toothbrushes and types of mouthwash and toothpaste available to those who suffer from sensitive teeth. It is a very common problem that lots of products claim they can solve, but have you ever wondered why it exists? Today, Kingery & Kingery, DDS would like to explain… (Read More)
As a parent, you will have numerous opportunities to teach your children valuable skills and each one will yield priceless memories. Your child’s first step, your child’s first word, your child’s first bike ride, your child’s first unassisted brushing and flossing session…well, maybe that last one won’t be as memorable, but Kingery & Kingery, DDS… (Read More)
In today’s calorie-obsessed culture, it can be hard to hear the truth among all the other health-conscious noise. People are frequently misinformed and misled about the health benefits of trends such as cleanses, sugar alternatives, diets, organic vs. nonorganic, and a myriad of other common topics. Today, the Clemmons dentists of Kingery & Kingery, DDS… (Read More)
Malocclusion is the dental term for misaligned teeth, a common condition affecting about 200,000 people in the United States every year. Many seek cosmetic solutions to feel better about their smiles, but there are also negative health consequences including pain and discomfort that result from improperly aligned teeth. The most severe cases may require surgical… (Read More)
There are lots of ways to deal with missing or damaged teeth. You’ve probably heard one of us talking about implants, dentures, bridges, and crowns, but have you ever wondered what they are and how they work? Kingery & Kingery, DDS knows that folks like to be informed, so think of this as your personal… (Read More)
Kingery & Kingery, DDS is following all recommended American Dental Association (ADA) and Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) guidelines for the safety & health of our patients and staff.
We are conducting pre-visit phone screenings and check-in pre-screenings that include taking temperatures. Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms or possible exposure to COVID-19 is asked to reschedule.