Preventive Care To Keep Your Smile Healthy
Most of our healthy patients benefit from having a checkup every 6 months as part of their preventive dentistry treatment plan. During these visits we provide essential preventive dentistry services like:
Comprehensive Dental Exams
Our dentists thoroughly assess every aspect of your smile - from the gum attachment levels to the integrity of existing restorations.
Gentle Teeth Cleanings
Preventive dentistry teeth cleanings are recommended every 6 months to keep harmful tartar from causing gum detachment and periodontal disease.
Reduce your radiation exposure by 90% with our digital x-ray option. These images are extremely important for evaluating bone height, dental health, and screening for diseases of the teeth and jaw.
Get an up close view of what we see during your exam. Enhanced imaging of your teeth allows you to “co-diagnose” and “co-plan” your care right alongside our dentists.
Early Detection Oral Cancer Screening
Oral cancer is a deadly disease that most people don’t realize they have until it is too late. We screen every patient for oral cancer, regardless as to whether or not you smoke or use tobacco products. It could save your life.
Diagnodent Cavity Detection
Pinpoint tooth decay before it is visible during an exam or on an x-ray. The Diagnodent laser measures tooth density to alert us when a cavity is beginning to form, so that we can stop it fast.
State-of-the-Art Dental Instruments
Quality ultrasonic instruments allow our hygienists to gently and efficiently clean your teeth without the classic “scraping” noises from past decades!
Athletic Guards and Night Guards
Do you play sports or grind your teeth at night? Then you’re at an increased risk of dental fractures or injury. Our custom fitted guards stay in place all night (or the entire game) without discomfort. They’re a great way to insure your smile!
TMJ Pain Relief
If you suffer from chronic headaches, jaw pain, clicking or popping - you could have TMJ disorder. The condition can also cause worn teeth and broken fillings. Adjusting the way your teeth bite together or wearing a protective splint at night can offer tremendous relief.
Should you require a tooth extraction, call us right away.