The foundation for great oral health begins with consistent preventive and general dental care. Our team offers a variety of preventive, diagnostic, and maintenance services which are designed to benefit each member of your family.
Dental Hygiene / Cleanings
Each member of your family, from the children to the grandparents, should be receiving routinely-scheduled dental cleanings throughout the year. These scheduled visits enable our team to work in partnership with our patients to prevent the damage that could be caused by gum disease and tooth decay. A routine cleaning will help to eliminate superficial buildup like plaque, tartar, and stains.
Scientific research has shown that gum disease and tooth decay are the leading causes of tooth loss in our country; however, both of these diseases can progress to their most destructive stages without causing significant pain. These diseases also tend to occur in places that are difficult to see with the naked or untrained eye. Fortunately, you can reduce your risk of developing these harmful dental conditions by scheduling (and keeping!) your regular dental cleanings at least two times each year.
More than Just a Cleaning, We’re Your Family Dentist
During these checkups, we’ll also be on the lookout for inflammation, the onset of gum disease, tooth decay (cavities), oral cancer, and TMJ problems. Our goal is to detect and treat these problems as soon as they arise or help you to avoid them from developing in the first place. While you may not always be able to detect these dental problems on your own, you can trust our professional expertise, friendly family dentists and advanced diagnostic techniques to keep your oral health in check.
Quality Dental Care for All Ages
We believe that your dental needs are unique and that’s why we offer a broad range of services to maintain your oral health. We want to ensure that you receive dental care that is aligned with your personal goals, your current state of health, and your lifestyle. To schedule an appointment for a general dentistry procedure or a dental cleaning, please contact our office today.
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