Fluoride Treatments

Fluoride treatments are treatments that are applied to your teeth to help with the prevention of plaque, bacteria, and sugar build-up. These things contribute greatly when it comes to preventing tooth decay. By having fluoride treatments applied to your teeth after a routine teeth cleaning, you are making your mouth more resistant to tooth decay. The fluoride treatments that we apply to your teeth in the office are more effective than store bought fluoride treatments.

​​​​Oral Exam

During your dental exam, the dentist will check for cavities and gum disease, and will also evaluate your risk of developing other oral health problems, as well as check your face, neck and mouth for abnormalities. A dental exam might also include dental X-rays or other diagnostic procedures. Our dentists and hygienists will demonstrate proper brushing and flossing techniques. Other topics for discussion might include lifestyle factors that can affect oral health and possible cosmetic improvements to your teeth.

Always a Smile 

Keep in mind; beautiful smile starts with healthy teeth and gums, and there is no better way of keeping them healthy than visiting your Dentist regularly. These preventive dentistry practices can help keep your smile beautiful and healthy for years, and may just save your life!

Preventive Care 

Oral Cancer Screening

An oral cancer screening is a painless and quick exam that can save your life. This simple procedure can help keep you protected against oral cancer. We like to be safe when it’s comes to your preventative oral health care so take a few minutes out of your time and get tested today!Type your paragraph here.

Teeth Cleaning

A teeth cleaning is not only a part of the oral hygiene process, it also plays a part in preventing your teeth from getting oral diseases or tooth decay. The teeth cleaning process helps remove plaque and bacteria from your teeth that you may miss during your regular brushing and flossing routine. It is recommended that you get your teeth cleaned twice a year, unless you have other oral health problems.

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To learn more about any of these procedures, or to schedule your consultation appointment, we invite you to Contact Us:

(305) 929-8554