Dental implants provide a comfortable, permanent solution to lost teeth. The dental replacements are attached to titanium posts that actually fuse to your jawbone and become natural anchors, so your new teeth will remain securely in place without the need for messy adhesives. A fully restored smile is as healthy as it is beautiful by promoting bone growth and reducing the risk of receding gums.More information
Emergency Dental Care
Dental emergencies usually occur swiftly, without warning, and can be extremely painful. Regardless of whether or not you are a regular patient with us here at Dental Arts of Minneapolis, if you are in the Minneapolis, Minnesota area and have experienced a dental emergency, call us at 612-332-7675 to schedule the treatment you need during our regular business hours.More information
Custom-made to straighten your teeth, Invisalign® clear aligners are nearly invisible. Each aligner is made of a proprietary, multi-layer SmartTrack material, which gently shifts your teeth into place over time, moving them slightly both horizontally and vertically and even rotating them if necessary. The aligners are engineered so that as you change to the next set of aligners (typically every two weeks), your teeth gradually move into their correct position.More information
Welcome to Dental Arts of Minneapolis!
At Dental Arts of Minneapolis, our number one goal is to provide the people of Minneapolis, Minnesota with comprehensive, affordable dental care. Our team of technicians, hygienists, and dentists will work with you to develop a treatment plan that is custom-tailored to your unique needs. We utilize state-of-the-art technology such as the iTero Digital Scanner to view your entire dental profile in unprecedented detail so we can analyze and diagnose with extraordinary accuracy. At Dental Arts of Minneapolis, we are committed to offering the people of Minneapolis dental services that are effective, convenient, and affordable.
COVID-19 Patient Safety and Care
As trained medical professionals, our team's dedication to maintaining a safe environment through rigorous infection control procedures is at the core of everything we do. While continuing to meet the traditional CDC and OSHA requirements, we will also be implementing new, additional safety protocols. The next time you come into our dental office in Dental Arts, you may notice some of these new safety protocols. For example, we might:
- Be wearing additional personal protection equipment
- Request that you wear a mask to your appointment
- Ask to take yours and other patients' temperatures on arrival
These new protocols will help maintain a safe environment while we address your dental needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if anyone on your team has been exposed to COVID?
We are screening team members each day as they enter the practice and following all infectious protocols to prevent exposure. If any team member had been exposed to a positive COVID-19 case within the last 14 days, they are on a self-quarantine and will not be returning to work.
How can I help protect myself when I come into the office? Should I wear protective equipment, like a mask?
If you have a face mask that covers your mouth and nose, you can wear one to your appointment. Please give us a call if you have any concerns about wearing a mask at your appointment.
How often does your office disinfect treatment rooms?
We clean rooms with hospital-grade disinfectant between each patient and are doing a deep cleaning of the office every day. As an extra precaution, we are screening each patient and team member as they arrive at the practice and we are not allowing unnecessary guests to accompany patients in the office.
How do you control the flow of air in your office?
Unlike many other medical settings with many patients coming and going, our dental office is equipped with a high-volume vacuum system. This familiar wide suction straw removes potentially-harmful aerosols from the point of generation at more than 4.5 cubic feet per minute. This greatly diminishes their ability to travel through the air.
The Dental Services We Provide
In addition to addressing immediate problems such as a broken tooth, painful cavity, or a faded smile, at Dental Arts of Minneapolis, we are eager to help you with the kind of preventative care that will maintain your oral health and take care of minor issues before they develop into major problems. We believe this is the most effective way to achieve a bright, healthy smile while saving you time and money.
Call Dental Arts of Minneapolis today at 612-332-7675 if you are interested in:
- Teeth whitening treatments – Depending on your personal preferences and schedule, we offer a variety of teeth whitening methods that may be administered here at Dental Arts of Minneapolis or in the convenience of your home
- Dental procedures to fix damage to your teeth such as cavities, decay, or root canals
- Dental restoration including crowns, bridges, or dentures to repair damaged or missing teeth
- Correcting crowded or misaligned teeth with traditional braces or alternative methods such as Invisalign clear aligners. Invisalign utilizes clear teeth aligners that are less noticeable than metal braces. They are also removable, making them an excellent choice for those who prefer versatility.
- Emergency services to deal with damage from physical trauma, an aggravated abscess, or the pain of advanced decay
Innovative Dental Care Technology
Here at Dental Arts of Minneapolis, we perform your dental services with state-of-the-art technology, such as the iTero Element scanner. The iTero Element produces extremely high-resolution, 3D images of your entire dental structure without the discomfort and time-consuming process of taking traditional x-ray photos and using dental impression putty (the dreaded "goo") to make a physical model. The iTero scanning process is painless, non-invasive, and completed in a matter of seconds. The Dental Arts of Minneapolis dental team is then able to show you a 3D virtual model of your entire dental structure in its current condition as well as a side-by-side comparison with a simulation of your teeth's ideal spacing and alignment. The iTero Element allows your hygienists and dentist to provide your dental care with greater accuracy and efficiency while reducing the amount of time you spend at our office.
Emergency Dental Care in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Abscesses, tooth decay, infected gums, cavities, and other oral health problems can be incredibly uncomfortable, and we are here to treat dental issues that just can't wait for your regular check-up. Whether you're suffering from a painful cavity, cracked tooth, broken dentures, or a loose filling, please don't hesitate to give us a call! Research shows periodontal problems can potentially elevate the risk for other health issues, including diabetes, stroke, and cardiovascular disease. Your health and comfort are our first priority. If you are in the Minneapolis, Minnesota area and experiencing serious oral pain, call Dental Arts of Minneapolis directly at 612-332-7675 and one of our team members will schedule a consultation with you during our regular business hours.
Schedule Your Appointment Today!
We firmly believe that your oral health directly affects your overall health and we are ready to take care of any of your dental problems. Call Dental Arts of Minneapolis at 612-332-7675 today to schedule an appointment and get the smile you've always wanted!
Our fax number is: (612) 305-1861
Directions to Dental Arts of Minneapolis
From the West (via I-394E)
- Take N 10th St to S 9th St
- Continue onto Hawthorne Ave
- Pass by Firestone Complete Auto Care (on the left)
- Turn right onto N 10th St past St. Thomas
- Turn left onto S Marquette Ave at the music mural
- Turn left at the 1st cross street onto S 9th St
The entrance to the garage is under the Hell’s Kitchen Restaurant sign
The destination will be on the right
From the East (via I-94W)
- Merge onto I-94 W
- Follow signs for Minneapolis
- Take exit 233A to merge onto S 11th St
- Take 3rd Ave S to S 9th St
- Use the right lane to merge onto S 11th St
- Turn right onto Marquette Ave (at the Hilton)
- past the music mural on your left
Get in the right lane
The entrance to the garage is under the Hell’s Kitchen Restaurant sign
- Turn left onto S 9th St
Your destination will be on the right