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Cantrell West Dental is a one-stop, full-service, dental practice serving Little Rock and Central Arkansas.

Your dental health is important. It makes a difference in how you feel, how you look . . . and how you go about your life. At Cantrell West Dental, our top priority is the quality of your dental care, your comfort, and your satisfaction with our services.

Dr. Don Deems and the entire Cantrell West Dental team provide traditional preventive and diagnostic family dental care as well as leading edge cosmetic and restorative dentistry in a state-of-the art dental practice that emphasizes communication, patient comfort, and superb care and service.

Cantrell West Dental and Dr. Deems recognize that excellent dental care is about being at the forefront of new techniques and new ways of caring for your teeth and gums as well as building solid relationships with patients based on truthfulness, integrity, and caring. (Don’t take our word for it, though. Check real reviews from real patients by clicking on the “Certified Reviews” box above!)

Cantrell West is not your typical Little Rock dentist practice. When you come in for care, we help you understand your dental needs and available treatment options. We are proud of our tradition of excellence and innovation dating back more than 50 years since this practice was founded.

Dr. Deems is recognized as one of the top dentists in Little Rock and Central Arkansas by publications such as Active Years, and Cantrell West Dental is the only dental practice to receive the National Best Practices Honors by the American Psychological Association.

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Dr. Don Deems is a proud Fastbraces Provider

Dr. Don Deems is a proud Fastbraces® provider: Braces technology that is fast, safe and affordable.
Dr. Deems is certified in performing the Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique

Dr. Deems is certified in performing the Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique treatment option for receding gums and saving teeth.
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Cantrell West DentalThursday, June 22nd, 2017 at 2:50am
Survey Finds Association Between Self-Reported Well-Being, Oral Health

A release on PRNewswire (4/18) states that most adults in the US reported “an increase in their well-being this year compared to last,” according to a Delta Dental survey. The survey also finds that adults who report a commitment to oral care are “nearly three times as likely as those who aren’t (25 percent vs. 9 percent) to give their well-being an ‘excellent’ rating.” In addition, those who give their oral health an “A” grade are “more likely to rate their overall well-being as excellent, as opposed to those who give their oral health a lower grade (46 percent vs. 9 percent).”
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Cantrell West DentalTuesday, June 20th, 2017 at 2:50am
Some People Using Apple Cider Vinegar For Teeth Cleaning, Whitening

CNN (4/18, Lamotte) reports that some people are touting the benefits of apple cider vinegar for a variety of conditions, including diabetes, weight loss, dental care, and more. CNN spoke with several people, including ADA Spokesperson Dr. Alice Boghosian, to determine what science says about the most common purposes for which people are using apple cider vinegar. In response to claims apple cider vinegar used as a mouth rinse or rubbed on teeth can clean and whiten teeth, Dr. Boghosian said that is “the last thing you’d want to do to promote oral health” due to the acidic nature of apple cider vinegar. “What would be a healthier option is to brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes, with a toothpaste with the ADA seal,” said Dr. Boghosian. Dr. Boghosian adds, “Anything acidic which contacts your teeth will wear out the enamel, the protective coating, and that will cause cavities.”
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Cantrell West DentalThursday, June 15th, 2017 at 2:50am
Researchers Believe Crooked Bite In Children May Indicate Early Life Stress

The Daily Mail (4/14, Matthews) reported that a crooked bite, caused by a misaligned jaw, may be a more accurate measure of early life stress than low birth weight, according to a study published in the American Journal of Human Biology.
Psych Central (4/16, Pedersen) reports that the new study at the University of Washington “suggests that an asymmetric lower face is an accurate marker of early life stress occurring after birth.” Study author Philippe Hujoel, an adjunct professor of epidemiology in the School of Public Health and professor in the School of Dentistry, said, “Such lower-face asymmetries can be assessed by looking at the dental bite in the permanent teeth – an exam that can be completed in seconds and with more certainty than a mother’s recall of birth weight and more ease than a search for a birth certificate.”
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Cantrell West DentalTuesday, June 13th, 2017 at 2:45am
Flossing Still Important For Oral Health - Despite Sensational Media Coverage
Noting a news story last year questioned the benefits of flossing due to a lack of research, USA Today (4/15, May) reported American Dental Association spokesperson Dr. Matthew Messina says flossing is still important and may help prevent dental caries and gum disease. “Brushing is very important but you can’t get the bristles in between the teeth,” Dr. Messina said. “Floss pulls bacteria and plaque and food that smells bad.” USA Today noted “the ADA recommends brushing twice a day and flossing once a day.”
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Cantrell West DentalThursday, June 8th, 2017 at 11:02am
Positive review by Nancy R., via BirdEye

There are more appointments to come. I will let you know then.

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First Certified Green Dentist in Little Rock, Arkansas

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Recipient of the APA's National 2004 Best Practices Honors

Fellow of the American Academy of General Dentistry

Member of the American Dental Association

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