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At Lane & Associates Family Dentistry, we’ve spent more than three decades meeting the dental needs of patients in Raleigh, NC and beyond. Our Wake Forest Rd. location is proud to offer comprehensive dental services to individuals and families in North Hills and surrounding areas, specializing in general, restorative and cosmetic dentistry.
Looking for specialty dental services? This Raleigh dental office also offers orthodontics and oral surgery. Feel free to call at 919-876-2464 or email us at email@example.com to learn more!
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Ready to transform your smile with help from Lane & Associates? Request an appointment with the Raleigh, NC family dentists at Lane & Associates’ Wake Forest Rd. office today! Simply fill out the online form to the right of the page to get started.
Lane & Associates’ Wake Forest Rd. dental office is located near New Hope Church Rd. near the North Hills area. If you need help finding us, please visit our Map & Directions page, or contact us for additional assistance.
Sat: 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. *Select Saturdays - Please call our office for specific dates.
In addition to our Wake Forest Rd. location, we serve Raleigh patients from our dental offices on Harvest Oaks Rd. and Ridge Rd.
Our staff will also assist you before and after your dental appointment. We receive many questions about filling out the correct legal documents or forms before a patient arrives at our Raleigh - Wake Forest Road location. As a team, we will be more than happy to help you with the location of the documents to print out and bring with you instead of having to fill out the documents when arriving at our dental office. Our staff has been trained to also properly educate every patient on the length of time one should wait to eat or drink after getting their teeth cleaned and/or having flouride treatment. We do not leave any stone unturned when it comes to your oral health. Contact our Wake Forest Road, Raleigh NC location today to schedule an appoitnment or discuss any questions you may have.
Whether you are looking for a new patient exam, X-Rays, and routine cleaning or new patient restorative treatment, these are services we offer in the Raleigh, Wake Forest Road Dentist's office location. If you happen to be new to the area or are simply looking for a new dentist, contact us today.
General and Specialized Dentistry Services in Raleigh
Wisdom teeth removal in Raleigh
If you are an adult you likely remember having your wisdom teeth removed when you were a teenager or in your early 20’s. Although some people’s wisdom teeth, or third molars, grow in without any problems, most people have their wisdom teeth removed during this time. If you or your children need wisdom teeth removed in Raleigh, contact our office or schedule an appointment online. Our Raleigh team has years of experience removing wisdom teeth, and can do the same for you or your family!
Periodontics and dental implants in Raleigh
Dental implants can be a great option for people missing one or more teeth due to injury, infection/decay, or life circumstances. We offer dental implants and a variety of periodontal services to patients in Raleigh. If you are considering dental implants and would like to learn more about the implant procedure and your options, contact our Raleigh team today.
Cosmetic Dentistry and Porcelain Veneers in Raleigh
Looking to improve your already beautiful smile, or conceal any perceived imperfections or flaws? Our experienced cosmetic dentists in Raleigh are here to help provide quality cosmetic dentistry services to you and your family such as teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, and more. Talk to one of our Lane team members over the phone or schedule an appointment online to learn more!
We are proud to offer a wide variety of dental services to our Lane family members here in Raleigh and the Triangle. If you are in need of general dentistry services, cosmetic dentistry, or something more specialized, contact our Raleigh office and let us serve you today!
Best Raleigh Dentist's Office Near I-440
If you are looking for a dental office near I-440 and just a short trip from downtown, NC State University, or Capital Boulevard the best option is our Wake Forest Rd. location. We offer all dental services from cleanings to filling cavaties at this location. If you are in the need of your six month cleaning or yearly X-Rays contact our Wake Forest Rd. office today. We will go above and beyond to make certain you enjoy the best dental experience of your life. If you have other needs beyond basic general dentistry, please ask as we offer many other services at this location. We are not far from Interstate 440 or the "Inner Beltline" which makes this location one of the best for many of our patients in Raleigh, North Carolina. It is also close for those seeking a dentist in Wake Forest, Durham, or Chapel Hill.
Many of our patients call with the concern that they will have to wait three or four months to get an appoitment. Our goal is to help you find an appoitment in an efficient manner. Do not hesitate to ask about the opportunity to get an appointment as soon as possible as we know the importance of your beautiful smile and clean teeth.
If you are coming to our Wake Forest Rd. location from the North, you will turn left at the intersction of New Hope Church Rd and Wake Forest Rd. You can park behind our office building and enter from the second entrance. If you are coming from the South near Interstate 440, you can turn into our front parking lot before the red light at the intersection of Wake Forest Rd. and New Hope Church Rd.
Spotlight on one of our Raleigh Dentists: A short interview with Dr. Michael DesRosiers!
Transcript of interview here:
So what brought you to Lane & Associates?
Dr. DesRosiers: So I met Dr. Lane about 10 years ago. And at the time, I was leaving another practice and looking to start my own practice. And he had a building that was kind of for sale, and so I met him to look at that. And I got started talking to him and I actually bought the building, or started to, and then he said, "What are you going to do in the meantime?" And so I said, "I don't know." And he says, "Well, why don't you come and work for me, just until you get this building ready?" So I did, and he put me in some offices that I liked a lot, and I got busy immediately and met a lot of nice people. So that was supposed to last for about three months, and I was there for about six years.
Dr. DesRosiers: Then I started my own practice here and I had it for almost four years, and then we kind of hooked back up together again. So it's been a really good thing, I think, for both of us.
What is your specialty?
Dr. DesRosiers: So, I'm a general dentist by training, but I've done a lot of extra training in cosmetics and TMJ. So I end up doing a lot of those kind of cases. I still do all the regular general dentistry things, but we see a lot of TMJ patients and cosmetic patients, and I enjoy really doing both of those.
What is your favorite part about being a dentist? What do you enjoy the most about working here at Lane & Associates?
Dr. DesRosiers: So, working here at Lane & Associates, the kind of neat thing is I have a really close relationship with Dr. Lane, and so it's really a very open communication directly with him. I don't know that it's that way in other places. If there's something that I need to get the job done better, I get it. If there's extra training that I want to do that I think is going to serve our patients better, I get that.
Dr. DesRosiers: It's really important to me that it's run by a dentist. Dr. Lane is a great dentist and good guy, and so he makes patient-care decisions as a dentist because he is a dentist, and so that's kind of one of the things that makes it really nice.
What makes Lane & Associates different from other dentists? What sets you guys apart?
Dr. DesRosiers: So the one thing, I think, and that I missed when I had my own practice is within our group, we have really everything covered. We have oral surgeons, periodontists, endodontists, general dentists, TMJ specialists. So you can come here, and within our group, you can get anything that you really need done. And geographically, we have a pretty big footprint, too. We cover a lot of ground. If somebody moves, that can typically stay within one of our offices, get all their information transferred and still be kind of in the family.
What's your favorite place to eat by the office here in Raleigh?
Dr. DesRosiers: Wow, right close by, I'd have to say Winston's. It's just predictably fantastic.
When you're looking to keep your teeth clean, what kind of food should you go for?
Dr. DesRosiers: Oh, wow. That's a tough question. I'd rather just get what I want and clean them afterwards.
Does drinking sweet tea affect your teeth at all?
Dr. DesRosiers: So, it does. You know, there's a lot of sugar in sweet tea, and also you do kind of run a risk of staining your teeth from the tea. But like anything else, people do it so it's important not ... if you love it, have it, but then you just have to be pretty diligent about cleaning things afterwards.
What got you interested in TMJ? What makes it different from other aspects of dentistry, and what do you guys do here at the office for TMJ patients?
Dr. DesRosiers: Yeah, so it's interesting. I got into TMJ almost kind of by accident. I was looking to learn more and more about cosmetics, and I went and studied at the Las Vegas Institute in Las Vegas, Nevada, and they taught us all about the cosmetics. But really what they taught us most importantly was how people's teeth got to be in such shape and how to treat the underlying cause of that, of bite disease and things like that.
Dr. DesRosiers: What I found out was there's a whole sort of realm of untreated people that wouldn't even know to come and look for a dentist to help them. They've been to neurologists ... I saw a patient the other day that was getting ready to have surgery and it would've been the worst thing for him to do a fairly aggressive surgery that may or may not have helped him. But it's really, really rewarding to be able to help these folks and kind of give them most of their life back, their quality of life and things like that. And we get a chance to do that every day, so it's a pretty neat thing to be able to do.
What kind of symptoms would I be experiencing that I should be thinking, "Oh, maybe I should go see Lane for TMJ” ?
Dr. DesRosiers: Yeah, that's a good question. The main things people think about coming to the dentist is when they start to have popping and clicking when they open and close their jaw. But what's more kind of out there is we see a lot of patients that don't have that, but they have persistent migraine headaches, neck and shoulder pain, ringing in their ears, tingling in their fingertips or weakness in their hands. And sometimes, most times, they're things that we can help with if not completely eliminate.