COVID-19 Notice

With ongoing concerns and uncertainty about the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, we want to reassure you that the health, safety, and well being of our patients and your family are very important to us. We are closely monitoring developments of the outbreak and are taking precautionary measures — consistent with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines – to help support the ongoing health and safety of our employees and patients.  Knowing that missing teeth is a diabilitaing condition, we have forged a way to still have consultative visits that provide our patients with a protected environment allowing for on-going appointments.   If you are suffering, we are here for you.

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Preventive Dental Care

A healthy smile takes more than routinely brushing your teeth. General care of the oral cavity, should be expected as part of a daily lifestyle. If you are looking to maintain your healthy smile, preventive dental care is the perfect option for you. The reason dentists offer preventive treatments is because it makes keeping a healthy oral cavity that much more manageable. Preventive dental care ensures your teeth and soft tissue are as healthy as possible.

When finding a doctor that has preventive dental care, you will in time become educated on the ways to maintain your oral health, and go through treatments provided by the doctor that keeps your natural teeth in great shape.

Preventive dental care is a way to keep your oral hygiene in check and your health looking great, by removing any plaque and bacteria from your mouth. If you leave the plaque, bacteria and debris in your mouth, your gums can become irritated and infected, resulting in tooth decay and gum disease. To keep dental damage limited to none, seeking preventive dental treatment will prevent negative oral health.

Routine checkups are step one to creating a good dental foundation. Your dentist will be able to perform oral exams, that include x-rays on occasion to make sure everything stays maintained.

Not seeking dental help and routine checkups will allow bacteria and plaque to grow, which consequently causes bleeding gums, bad breath, tooth sensitivity and potential jawbone loss. Beyond routine checkups, your general dentist will provide a defense for gum disease. These doctors are trained to find early symptoms, so you don’t cause damage to your oral cavity.

There are many dangers of not treating gum disease, so it is imperative it is caught as soon as you begin experiencing tender gums. Diabetes and heart disease are just a few of the known links to gum disease.

If you’re ready to take control of your oral hygiene, contact your dentist for preventive care. It is extremely important to maintain your smile and keep it and ensure it stays as healthy as possible.

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