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Preventative Dentistry

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Preventative Care


While preventative dental care does include regular trips to your dentist’s office for dental cleanings, it also includes other procedures aimed at keeping your mouth healthy and improving any issues you may be having. You can keep your mouth and gums healthy and avoid complicated dental treatments by taking care of your teeth and seeing your dental professional  regularly. Dental practice – Here are some of the dental procedures that fall under the preventative care umbrella.

Dental Examinations & Cleanings

It’s recommended that everyone have dental cleanings  and dental examinations every six months. Doing this regularly allows your family dentist to monitor your oral health and spot any issues when they first arise. This can help prevent future problems that can result in more complex dental treatments.

Emergency Exams

There are times when you may experience severe pain or discomfort in your mouth that requires an emergency exam. We are here for emergency exams to diagnose the problem and ease your pain.

Tooth Extractions

While the goal is always to maintain your natural teeth, there are times when a tooth extraction is necessary to prevent other problems in your mouth and to save surrounding teeth.

Mouth guards

Mouth guards help to protect your jaw, tongue, teeth, and cheek lining. Mouthguards are made of durable plastic and are molded to fit your teeth.

Night guards

Night guards are beneficial for people who grind their teeth at night. They prevent this from happening and can ultimately prevent tooth damage.

Oral Cancer Screening

An oral cancer screening can spot symptoms of oral cancer early on. Oral cancer has a cure rate of 80% when it is detected early. This is why it’s vital to have these screenings with your dental exam when you visit your family dentist.

Root Canal

A root canal is necessary to save an infected tooth from being extracted. The tooth is cleaned out of any infectious material, so a hollow tooth is left. A crown is typically needed after getting a root canal.

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