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Celebrate Your Life With a Healthy Smile

You and your loved ones will get the best dental experience possible when you choose our practice. Enjoy research-backed techniques and modern dental technologies for top-notch treatment.

Enjoy Easy Dental Care!
  • Our CEREC machine creates your crown in one visit
  • Sedation is available to ease your anxiety
  • We welcome patients of all ages, starting at age 1
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Save on your dental care with our money-saving membership plan. It covers your preventive services, gives you discounts on treatments, and offers other benefits too.

Welcome to West Union Dental Associates

Show Off Your Best Smile With Quality Dental Care

At West Union Dental Associates, we treat patients from all walks of life. No matter what condition your smile is in, you’ll receive top-notch dentistry from a modern practice. Our team uses the latest dental technologies. Lasers provide less invasive treatment and promote faster healing too. Plus, we’ll create your dental crowns in one visit with our CEREC machine.

Your entire family can come to our practice for the dental care they need. Whether it’s your child’s first appointment or you are an older adult replacing teeth with dentures, we’ll keep your whole crew smiling. Because we know some patients struggle with anxiety, sedation is available to ease your nerves. Plus, you can stay happily distracted with TVs in our patient rooms. It’s one of the many ways we show patients we care. Schedule your next visit by calling 563-677-6861 or  schedule online.

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Common Questions From Our Patients
How often should I go to the dentist?

We recommend you visit us every six months for regular checkups. It helps us stay ahead of everything that can happen to your smile. However, every patient is unique. In some cases, we may advise you to visit us more often than that. For example, if you struggle with gum disease, more frequent checkups can keep infection from reoccurring.

Am I a good candidate for dental implants?

Since each patient is different, it’s easier to answer this question when you come in for a consultation. It depends on the number of implants you are getting and if you have any bone loss in your jaw. If you are getting an entire arch of teeth replaced with implants, we may need to do a procedure that increases the bone in your jaw. However, that’s not always necessary, especially with an advanced technique that uses fewer implants. Bottom line, we advise you to make an appointment to find out if your smile is ready for implants.

What are some oral care tips?

You’ll want to brush your teeth twice a day for at least two minutes and floss at least once. Maintain a schedule of checkups every six months to stay on top of oral health issues. Avoid too much sugar in your diet, since that can increase the bacteria in your mouth and lead to cavities. Eat nutritious foods, such as apples, carrots, lean proteins, and calcium-rich foods. The right nutrients can strengthen your teeth and improve your gum health. We can discuss more personalized tips at your next appointment.