Preventative Dentistry

One of our most important responsibilities as a dentistry office is performing preventative dentistry and educating patients about maintaining oral health. When our patients know how to take care of their teeth properly,  they are much less likely to have dental problems in the future.

We offer three types of preventative services to help our patients stay on top of their dental health.

Professional Teeth Cleanings

No matter how diligent you are about brushing and flossing, you can benefit from regular professional teeth cleanings. Your hygienist is able to clear away stubborn plaque and tartar that can endanger your gums and teeth.

By coming in to our office for these cleanings, you can effectively combat gum disease and tooth decay. You protect your teeth not only through the cleaning itself, but also by learning the essentials of dental care for yourself.

Tooth Decay Prevention

With our decay prevention techniques, we can stop tooth decay in its tracks and help you manage it in the future. Cleanings are an essential part of protecting your teeth from decay, but we offer other services as well: exams, sealants, fluoride treatments, and others that can protect your teeth.

Fluoride Treatment

Teeth gradually lose some of their integrity over time, even if you take the time to brush and floss properly. It can be easily counteracted with occasional fluoride treatments.

Fluoride is a naturally-occurring mineral that can give your teeth a boost by strengthening your teeth and improving their resistance to plaque and the decaying effect of sugars and acids.

We encourage our patients to receive these treatments regularly. Making regular appointments is not only a good way to check in and ensure that your teeth are healthy, but these regular appointments will also give you an advantage in keeping your teeth clean and healthy.

Let Our Professionals Help You Protect Your Smile Today!

Contact us today to schedule an appointment or to learn more about our preventative dentistry. We can help you keep your teeth healthy long into the future!