At Indigo Dental, our office has been designed from the ground up with patient comfort and safety in mind. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have installed hospital-grade air filtration systems as well as MERV UV light that sanitizes surfaces.
The dental office and treatment rooms offer amenities to help make our patients feel at ease for their dental treatment, including TVs, pillows, blankets, towels, refreshments, dental sedation, and advanced technology to deliver efficient, high-quality results while keeping our patients relaxed.
For our patients that suffer from dental anxiety, low pain tolerance, or a sensitive gag reflex, we offer nitrous oxide, oral conscious sedation, IV sedation, and general anesthesia. Technology such as a 3D intraoral scanner and VizLite oral cancer screening enable us to provide early detection of oral health issues and plan oral treatments such as wisdom tooth removal or implant placement.
Indigo Dental is located at 905 W Butler Road Greenville, SC 29607. If you’re heading to our office from the Greenville area, you should head southwest on North Church St and take the Camperdown Way exit and continue straight onto Cleveland St. In about 2.1 miles, you'll turn left to stay on Cleveland St and then after 1.2 miles turn right onto S Pleasantburg Dr. In 3.3 miles use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto S-23-186/Mauldin Rd then you'll continue onto Butler Rd and our office will be on the right.
Keep tooth decay, cavities, and gum disease at bay with prevention and early detection. Preventive treatments such as dental cleanings & checkups, oral cancer screenings, dental sealants, and fluoride treatments ensure that plaque and tartar buildup is removed before it contributes to worsening oral health problems.
Early detection of gum disease and oral cancer is important as they are only reversible in the early stages. By coming in every 6 months for your regular cleaning and checkup, we can catch problems early and treat them promptly so you save yourself time and money in the long run by eliminating the need for complex and invasive treatments.
Drs. Michael and Meagan Crosland can restore damaged or diseased teeth and gums, repair dental work, and replace missing teeth with restorative dental treatments. Dental fillings are used to treat cavities before the decay becomes severe.
However, if decay is extensive, leading to infection or inflammation of the tooth’s pulp, you could need a root canal to save your tooth. This treatment has a 95% success rate and can prevent the need for an extraction.
Vulnerable and weak teeth can be protected with the placement of a dental crown. If you do need a tooth extracted or have a knocked-out or loose tooth, we can replace it with the following restorative options:
- Dental implants
- Dental bridges
- Full or partial dentures
Do you wish you had a whiter, straighter, more uniform smile? Is there anything about your teeth that you find aesthetically displeasing? That’s what our cosmetic dental services are here for!
We can whiten your teeth by up to 10 shades with in-office teeth whitening for special occasions. If you’d rather brighten your smile in the comfort of your own home, we can create custom-fit take-home whitening trays for you.
If you want to alter the shape, size, and overall appearance of your teeth altogether, veneers or dental bonding can transform your teeth into a brand new set of pearly whites. Veneers are porcelain shells that are bonded to the external front-facing surfaces of your teeth to hide dental imperfections.
Dental bonding involves bonding a composite resin material to your teeth to rebuild the structure of chipped or cracked teeth or to change their appearance and improve discoloration or gaps in the teeth.
Over 90% of American adults have had a cavity at some point in their lives.