About Us

About Us

Our mission is to serve all our patients with the highest quality dental care in a friendly, relaxing atmosphere.  Realizing that our patients are all unique, we will listen to your concerns and strive to provide a healthy, esthetic smile that will last you a lifetime.

Dr. Christine Campbell has practiced dentistry since 1987.  Dentistry is her passion and she truly loves coming to the office to treat her patients every day.  The relationships made with our patients are wonderful. The entire staff at Smile Innovations is passionate about dentistry.  They are the best of the best in the dental field.  We enjoy working together and have fun while improving the oral health of our patients.

The Smile Innovations team pride themselves on continuing education to be a leader in dental care, particularly cosmetic dentistry.  It is rewarding to have our patients entrust their smiles to us.  Our greatest compliment is that first smile when they see their completed treatment!

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December 30, 2017

Nitrous oxide sedation has been around since the late 1700's. A British chemist/physicist published its sedative/analgesic effect for medical procedures at that time, but was widely ignored by the medical community. The English society seemed to be more interested in the euphoria inducing properties of laughing gas. For the next few decades, nitrous oxide became popular as a recreational drug and it was common for British upper class to organize ‘laughing gas parties’ for amusement.

November 30, 2017

Ever wonder why we look so closely at your tongue and palate when you are in for cleanings?  Roughly one person dies every hour from oral cancer.  Historically the death rate associated with this cancer is particularly high not because it is hard to discover or diagnose, but due to the cancer being routinely discovered late in its development.  That is why your dental exams are so important to keep.  

October 30, 2017
Night grinding. Some patients know they have this condition, while most do not even know they are sufferers. Night grinding is an involuntary grinding motion of teeth during sleep that can be caused by stress or anxiety, but more often than not is caused by an abnormal bite and/or missing or crooked teeth. Research has also shown that it can also be related to a sleep disorder such as sleep apnea. In the early stages, dentists can diagnose the effects of night grinding by the appearance of wear on the biting surfaces of teeth.
September 28, 2017

Since dental floss was introduced nearly 200 years ago, we oral health-care providers have consistently promoted or even pushed floss use, but flossing compliance has been an ongoing challenge. Routine use of dental floss has still not been embraced by the public. What a relief it would be for many dental patients if floss would just go away, right?

August 28, 2017

The smile of your dreams may be easier to achieve than you think.  Dr. Chris has given many patients that special smile. In fact, it's one of the things she likes to do most!  Dr.

July 28, 2017

At Smile lnnovations we treat our new patients to a thorough, informative experience.  It is important for us to find out all your concerns whether it's a sensitive tooth or a past dental procedure that made you anxious to just walk in our door.  Our doctors want to know how they can make your experience with Smile Innovations the best dental experience ever.  The first time we see you we will take photos of your teeth to allow you and the doctor to have a conversation without feeling vulnerable.

June 28, 2017

It's a known fact that sugar consumption increases dental decay risk. Fruit juices are often considered a "healthy" choice and are often marketed as a good choice for kids because of the natural vitamins and in some cases even calcium. Juice also tastes good so kids tend to love it!  However there is a direct link between fruit juice consumption and dental decay as well as weight gain in children.

May 31, 2017

When should I take my child for their first dental visit?  We get this question a lot. The American Dental Association recommends that a child's first dental visit happen by the first tooth erupting or by their first birthday.  The appointment is really teaching the parents how to care properly for their child's teeth.

During this first visit we demonstrate how to brush and also apply a safe fluoride varnish. We will discuss fluoridated water (Lincoln does include fluoride in the city water), good dietary habits and pacifiers verses thumb sucking.