Our practice is now open to see patients!

Please be assured that we are doing everything to follow protocol and taking every precaution to keep you safe..

Our practice is now open to see patients!

Please be assured that we are doing everything to follow protocol and taking every precaution to keep you safe..

Cary Office Click To Call
1110 SE Cary Parkway Ste # 206, Cary, NC 27518, USA | Directions
Cornelius Office Click To Call
20905 Torrence Chapel Rd #201,
Cornelius, NC 28031, USA | Directions

Latest From Our Blog

Dec 02

Dental crowns are a type of restoration that is used over teeth in order to protect them. Similar to the way a thimble protects a person’s finger while they sew, a crown is bonded over a tooth to protect it from damage. Teeth that are chipped, cracked, or have extensive fillings may require a crown […]

Dec 02

Dental inlays are small, porcelain restorations that are ideal for midsized cavities. They are typically recommended for cavities that require more stability than traditional fillings. They are custom fabricated in an off-site laboratory from impressions that are taken of the tooth. Onlays are similar to inlays, but cover the tips (or cusps) of the teeth. […]

Dec 02

It is important for patients to protect their smiles over the years to ensure that it is not negatively affected by trauma, decay, or disease. Dr. Carl McMillan of the Cary, NC area are dentists who make suggestions for patients based on the knowledge they have and the evaluations they have completed. Men and women […]

Dec 02

At Cary and Cornelius Holistic Dental Centers, we offer our patients a wide range of procedures that can be done to improve the smile’s health and wellness. We also have a number of cosmetic dentistry procedures that may be used to enhance the appearance. Dr. Carl McMillan reviews with new and existing patients the purpose […]

Dec 02

Dental crowns are a common solution for patients who are interested in general or cosmetic dentistry. These restorations are typically used in dental practices when problems such as large fillings and breakage occur, as well as when dental implants need to be restored. They are often called “caps” because they cover the natural tooth structure […]