Prevention is the best way to sure the health of your teeth and gums. Regular check-ups along with a routine of daily brushing and flossing is the strongest protection against decay and disease. Here are some preventative treatments explained.

Comprehensive Dental Exam

A comprehensive dental exam assesses the health of the teeth and gums, diagnosing and treating issues before they get worse. Most should have a comprehensive exam once every year, though more frequent visits are recommended for those with more extensive dental needs. 

Dental Sealants

Dental sealants are the best way to protect your teeth against cavities, along with regular brushing and  flossing. A thin layer of resin is used to seal the deep grooves of the molars, preventing bacteria and food from getting trapped and keeping your teeth healthy.

Dental Hygiene & Maintenance

Professional dental cleanings at least twice a year can prevent serious dental problems from developing and keep your smile healthy and bright.

Scaling & Root Planing

A deep cleaning is for teeth affected by extensive tartar buildup underneath the gumlines that are stuck to the root surface. This procedure is necessary for those who have periodontal pockets and bleeding gums. A deep clean for teeth affected by tartar buildup. This procedure is necessary for those who have periodontal disease or those at risk for it. 

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