SOURCE: Historic Triangle Dental Care

Williamsburg Family Dentist

December 29, 2015 11:35 ET

Williamsburg Dentist Set to Relocate Dental Office in February

WILLIAMSBURG, VA--(Marketwired - December 29, 2015) - Dr. Michael Whyte, a dedicated comprehensive family dentist, will open a new state-of-the-art dental office next year.

Dr. Whyte's office, Historic Triangle Dental Care, will relocate to 1769 Jamestown Rd., Ste. 2B, on Feb. 1 in the Jamestowne Professional Park. The new office has more space for patient comfort.

"Thanks primarily to our wonderful patients referring their friends and family, we have grown beyond the capacity of our current space," Dr. Whyte said. "We chose this location with great consideration for the convenience of our patients, who will find that the location is easy to access and has ample parking."

Dr. Whyte said he has been searching for a new practice location for quite some time. His office treats patients of all ages and dental conditions. He said the office has seen an uptick in patients over the past several months and needed more space to expand.

Historic Triangle Dental Care will host an open house the first of February following the move and invites all patients and community members to see the new facility. Dr. Whyte said patients can expect even more comfort in the new facility.

"We are extremely excited about the move, and we hope that our patients see the hard work that my staff has put into providing the most comfortable and professional environment," Dr. Whyte said.

Historic Triangle Dental Care offers all phases of dentistry, including cosmetic dentistry, restorative dentistry, implant dentistry, sleep apnea treatment, gum disease treatment, endodontics and beautiful dentures.

Historic Triangle Dental Care is a preferred Invisalign provider and places dental implants for patients with missing teeth or those who need to stabilize dentures. The office also focuses on All-on-4 dental implants and full-mouth reconstructions. All-on-4 dental implants are designed to anchor permanent teeth on the top and bottom arch. Upper dentures typically rely on suction to stay in place, but All-on-4 dental implants are restored with a set of permanent teeth that leave the upper palate open, which allows the patient to experience more tastes.

Dental implants nearly mimic natural teeth and can last a lifetime if cared for properly.

The practice uses cone beam computed tomography and 3D imaging to diagnose and treat patients; WaveOne endodontics system for quick root canals; and the Pala Digital Dentures system to create accurate and beautiful dentures in just two visits. The dental practice also works with Arrowhead Dental Lab's Elite e.max to create long-lasting and natural-looking crowns and restorations.

Dr. Whyte earned his undergraduate degree from Utah State University in economics and biology and then earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Virginia Commonwealth University. He has also completed continuing education in All-on-4 dental implants, sleep apnea treatment, sedation dentistry and full-mouth reconstruction.

To view videos from Dr. Whyte about the power of dental implants, visit the website at or call the office at 757-903-2527.

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