TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR ORAL HEALTH
These days life is busy, and it can be difficult to find the time in the day for all of the things on your to-do list. The problem is when dental care is put off it can become more inconvenient and expensive for you in the future. We help you take charge of your oral health and stop dental difficulties in their path. When you proactively address your smile with preventative dentistry, we can get you back to your busy life.
Preventative Dental Services
Even with brushing and flossing routine, it is still important to maintain your regular cleanings with your dental office. Cleanings include exams to identify potential concerns, plaque and tartar removal, a professional cleaning, and flossing. This is also a very good time to bring up any questions you have about your oral health.
One of our critical teammates is our Cone Beam 3D X-Ray we nicknamed OP3. This allows us to take a comprehensive view of your oral health and look into any specific concerns.The best part? OP3 is comfortable, fast and efficient to help us make your visit convenient.
You’ve seen it advertised on your toothpaste and mouthwashes – but why is fluoride necessary? Fluoride is the defense to keeping your teeth strong and preventing tooth decay, but you may not be getting enough from your daily use. Our professional fluoride treatments can highly benefit those with periodontal disease, sensitivity, and numerous cavities.
Our office provides sealants as a pain-free solution to reducing cavities by protecting teeth from food and germs. Having sealants can save money long-term by avoiding the need for fillings or crowns to correct tooth decay. They are a great solution for children with permanent molars, teens and young adults as well.
Periodontal Cleanings and Maintenance
In addition to harming your oral health, gum disease can be painful and uncomfortable. From bleeding and red gums to overall mouth discomfort, treating gum disease in its early stages is critical to success. Our team performs periodontal cleanings to manage the progression of the periodontal disease and can help prevent future advancement, discomfort, and the need for treatment.