• Meet Dr. Tyson Pickett

  • Why Doctor Pickett Chose Dentistry & His Educational Background

  • To provide great service for our patients, Dr. Tyson Pickett earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Virginia Commonwealth University. Before attending dental school, he studied at Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah, majoring in chemistry and minoring in Spanish (which he speaks fluently).

    Dr. Pickett is an active member of the following:

    He remains passionate about dental care, stating:

    “Dentistry has allowed me to help others improve their oral health as well as their smile. I love being able to continually meet new people and learn new things in this ever-evolving practice. Let me help you meet your oral health goals comfortably using the latest in dental knowledge and technology.”

    When he’s away from the office, Dr. Pickett volunteers his time to his community and church. He also loves spending time with his wife, working on cars, hunting, fishing, camping, and skiing.

    Dr. Pickett is currently accepting new patients and networks with Delta Dental, MetLife, and Aetna.

  • Why Does Dr. Pickett Love Being Your Dentist?

    Dr. Pickett loves the challenge of dentistry. He's always looking to provide the most optimal care through:

    • New Technology
    • New Practices
    • Improvements in the Field of Dentistry

    These aspects of dentistry are constantly reshaping the way dentists help us care for our teeth, our mouths, and even our bodies as a whole. As for Dr. Pickett, his goal is to bring patients the best products and services so that they feel comfortable and happy with their results.

  • Patients who are missing multiple or all their teeth  typically worry about their replacement teeth slipping, loosening, and falling out while eating or talking on a day-to-day basis. While there are adhesives and creams available to help secure the dentures, implant overdentures can provide a [...]

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  • For more than 70 years studies have shown that fluoride is important in preventing tooth decay and cavities, especially in children ages 2 to 17. Recently, according to Dental Products Report, researchers associated with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Dentistry set [...]

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  • Wondering what you should do if your tooth filling falls out? First thing to keep in mind is to relax and stay calm. Fillings can fall out and it's not uncommon, although it can be quite surprising. If it happens while eating and you feel something hard that shouldn't be there, just be sure not to [...]

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