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Good oral health can impact your general health. And preventive dental care is key to keeping your teeth healthy throughout your life. But it goes beyond that. There is a recommendation that you see your dentist every six months.

Preventative dentistry includes regular cleanings and check-ups where one of our dental experts can ensure you are taking care of your teeth in such a way that future dentistry services may be minimized. Because many diseases and conditions first show signs in your mouth, good dental health, preventive dental care can help you reduce or avoid future costs by preventing and finding potential issues sooner.

Why You Need Preventive Dentistry

Regular preventive dental exams provide the following benefits to your oral health:
Helps promote good oral hygiene habits. It lowers your risk for developing tooth decay, gum disease, and more serious dental problems.
It helps in the early identification of dental problems, which may help minimize treatment and cost.
Enables a comprehensive examination of your mouth, jaw, neck, etc. to identify any related problems.

Our preventive dental care services include:

Sealants
Sealants are a plastic resin material that is applied to the chewing surfaces of premolars and molars. Sealants protect the deep depressions and grooves of your teeth that toothbrush bristles cannot reach from plaque and acids that contribute to dental decay.
Although sealant generally lasts several years before a reapplication is needed., but our dentist will check your sealant during every appointment to make sure they are retained.

Mouthguards
All contact sports persons – children and adults should wear a mouthguard to protect their teeth against blows to the face or mouth. A properly fitted mouthguard can help prevent broken teeth and injuries to the lips, tongue, face, or jaw.
While there are many types of mouthguard options, the best is a custom-made mouthguard explicitly designed for your teeth. Ask your contact sports dentist about custom options to protect your mouth.

Fluoride Treatment
Fluoride can be an essential part of preventing tooth decay in patients of all ages. Fluoride treatment can be done during your regular exam using a tray with gel or foam fluoride, or a more highly concentrated fluoride varnish that is brushed onto your teeth can also be applied. During your visit, we will also determine your risk for dental decay by discussing your diet, home care, previous decay history, illnesses; then, our dentist will also prescribe toothpaste.

Take care of your teeth with preventative dental care every single day. Regular visits to our dental clinic will also ensure you are periodically checked for gum disease and other dental emergencies.

Good oral health can impact your general health. And preventive dental care is key to keeping your teeth healthy throughout your life. But it goes beyond that. There is a recommendation that you see your dentist every six months.

Preventative dentistry includes regular cleanings and check-ups where one of our dental experts can ensure you are taking care of your teeth in such a way that future dentistry services may be minimized. Because many diseases and conditions first show signs in your mouth, good dental health, preventive dental care can help you reduce or avoid future costs by preventing and finding potential issues sooner.

Why You Need Preventive Dentistry

Regular preventive dental exams provide the following benefits to your oral health:
Helps promote good oral hygiene habits. It lowers your risk for developing tooth decay, gum disease, and more serious dental problems.
It helps in the early identification of dental problems, which may help minimize treatment and cost.
Enables a comprehensive examination of your mouth, jaw, neck, etc. to identify any related problems.

Our preventive dental care services include:

Sealants
Sealants are a plastic resin material that is applied to the chewing surfaces of premolars and molars. Sealants protect the deep depressions and grooves of your teeth that toothbrush bristles cannot reach from plaque and acids that contribute to dental decay.
Although sealant generally lasts several years before a reapplication is needed., but our dentist will check your sealant during every appointment to make sure they are retained.

Mouthguards
All contact sports persons – children and adults should wear a mouthguard to protect their teeth against blows to the face or mouth. A properly fitted mouthguard can help prevent broken teeth and injuries to the lips, tongue, face, or jaw.
While there are many types of mouthguard options, the best is a custom-made mouthguard explicitly designed for your teeth. Ask your contact sports dentist about custom options to protect your mouth.

Fluoride Treatment
Fluoride can be an essential part of preventing tooth decay in patients of all ages. Fluoride treatment can be done during your regular exam using a tray with gel or foam fluoride, or a more highly concentrated fluoride varnish that is brushed onto your teeth can also be applied. During your visit, we will also determine your risk for dental decay by discussing your diet, home care, previous decay history, illnesses; then, our dentist will also prescribe toothpaste.

Take care of your teeth with preventative dental care every single day. Regular visits to our dental clinic will also ensure you are periodically checked for gum disease and other dental emergencies.

Restorative Dentistry SERVICES

  • Cleaning
  • Examination
  • X-Rays
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