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Additional Services

In addition to our range of preventative and restorative dental services, we offer a variety of additional services to meet all your dental needs. Midlands Family Dentistry in West Columbia, SC, is committed to providing quality dental solutions to patients of all ages. From extractions and bridges in a day to clear aligners and dental fillings, we have the expertise and technology to help you achieve optimal oral health and a beautiful smile.

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Delivering Results in One Day

We understand that your time is valuable. That’s why we offer a range of dental services that can deliver results in just one day. Our bridges-in-a-day, crowns-in-a-day, and on-site restoration services use advanced technology to create and place custom restorations and appliances in a single visit. This means you can enjoy a restored smile without the need for multiple appointments or temporary restorations.

Sleep Appliances

Our custom sleep appliances are designed to help patients with sleep apnea and other sleep-related disorders breathe easier and get a better night’s rest. We will work with you to create a customized sleep appliance that fits comfortably and securely in your mouth, allowing you to sleep soundly and wake up feeling refreshed.


A dental nightguard, also known as an occlusal splint, is a device designed to protect your teeth and jaw during sleep. It is typically made of a clear, rigid material and is custom-fitted to your teeth by a dentist or a dental laboratory.

The primary purpose of a dental nightguard is to prevent damage caused by teeth grinding or clenching, a condition known as bruxism. Bruxism can occur during sleep or even subconsciously during the day. It often leads to various dental problems such as tooth wear, cracked teeth, jaw pain, headaches, and muscle soreness.

It’s important to note that a dental nightguard should be custom-made to ensure a proper fit and effectiveness. Unlike traditional fabrication with messy impressions, long wait times, and bulky or uncomfortable lab nightguards; we use a digital scanner to make a nightguard that’s perfect for your unique dental anatomy.

If you suspect you may have bruxism or are experiencing symptoms related to teeth grinding or clenching, it is advisable to consult with a dentist. They can evaluate your condition, provide a diagnosis, and recommend appropriate treatment options, which may include the use of a nightguard.

Nightguard Benefits

By wearing a nightguard, you create a barrier between your upper and lower teeth, which helps to alleviate the negative effects of grinding or clenching. The device absorbs the forces generated by these habits, distributing them more evenly across your teeth and reducing the risk of dental damage.

A dental nightguard can be especially beneficial for individuals who have been diagnosed with bruxism or those who experience symptoms such as jaw pain, headaches, or tooth sensitivity upon waking up. It can also be recommended for patients who have undergone dental treatments like dental crowns, bridges, or dental implants to protect those restorations.

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Bridges In a Day

Our Bridges in a Day service uses advanced technology to create and place custom dental bridges in a single visit, saving you time and minimizing any discomfort or pain. Your bridge will be durable, long-lasting, and blend seamlessly with your natural teeth.

Clear Aligners

Our Clear Aligners use clear, removable aligners to gently and discreetly straighten your teeth, giving you the smile you’ve always wanted without the hassle or discomfort of traditional braces.

Teeth Whitening

In-office whitening is sometimes necessary to achieve the results you want. The best way for most people is to have a dental professional custom fabricate trays. The trays are used at home with prescription whitening gel. This is an easy way to a more youthful appearance!

Dental Fillings

Our dental fillings are made of high-quality materials that restore and strengthen your teeth, preventing further decay and damage. We use the latest techniques and equipment to ensure that your fillings are placed safely and comfortably, with minimal discomfort or pain.

Periodontitis Treatment

Periodontitis or gum disease can lead to tooth loss and other health complications. We can diagnose and treat the disease, helping to restore your oral health and prevent further damage.

For questions about our dental services, browse our faqs or call us at 803-731-0803 today.