Parkside Dental, founded by Dr. Melissa Brandner-Otten in 2010, provides premier dental care to the residents of Tea and Sioux Falls, SD. With over 16 years of experience, Dr. Brandner-Otten and her staff can provide a wide range of dental procedures, from routine cleanings and x-rays to more serious issues like extractions and dental emergencies. Parkside Dental combines the personal touch of small town values with the knowledge of big-city dentistry and education to create a dental practice that will make you love to visit the dentist.
General dentistry, or preventive dentistry, includes routine dental cleanings, x-rays, and scheduled dental exams that scan for periodontal disease or cavities. At Parkside Dental, we recognize that oral health is a large part of overall health, and work with you to create a daily routine that keeps your mouth happy and healthy between cleanings.
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Orthodontics is the area of dentistry that includes the diagnosis and treatment of improperly positioned teeth. As a general dentist that practices orthodontics, Dr. Brandner-Otten evaluates your specific orthodontic needs and creates an orthodontic plan that best fits your lifestyle. We offer invisible and traditional braces based on your specific oral condition and needs.
Parkside Dental offers multiple cosmetic dentistry options, including teeth whitening, crowns and bridges, and veneers. Cosmetic dentistry procedures are used to create a positive change to your grin, correcting years of tooth erosion, missing teeth, or even the simplest coffee stains. At Parkside Dental, understand that when you look your best, you also feel your best!
Our new Solea Laser is state-of-the art technology that reduces your pain during invasive dental procedures. As the first carbon-dioxide laser system to be FDA approved, the Solea laser system is quick, noiseless, and eliminates the need for localized anesthesia during dental procedures. Parkside Dental is proud to use the new Solea laser to help improve your patient experience."