Woodbury Dentist: Your smile is important to us.
It can make a great first impression, and add wonderful character to your conversation with others. Having an experienced, caring dentist like Dresen Restorative Dental by your side is key to having an attractive, healthy smile. Keep your smile beautiful with your teeth strong and healthy throughout the years. We are your Woodbury Dentist.
End of the YearWe are nearing the end of the year and a great time to use the dental insurance, flexible spending or health savings account balances up. Most dental plans allow teeth cleanings two times a year. If patients have remaining benefits or dental work they want completed, make your appointments now as the schedule at the end of the year will fill up quickly. Call 651-735-1585 today!
Coming to Dresen Restorative Dentistry is the best decision I ever made – seriously!
They can do xrays and work without making me gag. No one else could do that.
My dentist referred me and said this is the only place I should go. I have absolute confidence.
Dr. Dresen found a solution for what had been so far, a headshake and sorry there is nothing that can be done and thus restored my health and joy that is in a smile. This is a great team!
I have full faith in Dr. Dresen
My new teeth have changed my life – thank you!
I have followed the practice to all three locations, starting when I was 8 years old!
Absolutely perfect work, I would recommend to everyone!
A full mouth reconstruction involves several cosmetic dentistry procedures that are designed to improve the health and appearance of your smile.
Routine cleanings from a dentist are a big part of good oral hygiene. A routine cleaning is a procedure in which your dentist uses a variety of tools to help deep clean your gums and...
Dental Implants are used to replace missing teeth and to help repair/cover damaged teeth. Dental implants such as crowns, bridges, and veneers are permanent and are the next best thing to real teeth.
Dentures are devices designed to take the place of missing teeth. Dentures can be complete or partial and can be permanent or removable.