Tartar, cavities, and other problems can easily develop and go unnoticed, even if you brush and floss your teeth on a daily basis. A regular dental cleaning and exam can remove tartar and allow us to solve problems in the earliest stages, when they are more treatable.

Why do I need cleanings and exams?

Bacteria in plaque and tartar can cause gum disease, which has been linked to heart disease and other conditions. Routine exams can protect your periodontal and general health. Many exams also include a test of oral cancer screening.

Our dental team can also identify the margin of improvement in your daily oral hygiene routine depending on the state of your smile. We can advise you to choose the most effective products and use them in the most beneficial way.

Even if you brush and floss your teeth every day, you never smoke or drink, and you subsist on a low-sugar diet, you still there are many factors beyond your control when it comes to your oral health. In fact, genetics and hormonal changes alone can lead to many oral health problems, including gum disease. In the meantime, some problems have no initial symptoms, especially for the inexperienced eye. Regular dental care is the best way to protect your smile and many aspects of your overall health.

Regular dental checkups can save you money and help you avoid many painful oral health problems. It could even save your life.

What does a dental cleaning and exam involve?

We will perform a visual exam with a intraoral camera to assess the condition of your teeth and gums.

The X-rays will allow our professionals to further examine your teeth, tooth roots, and jaw for signs of cavities, fractures, or infection.

We can make a oral cancer screening test visually examining the soft tissues of the mouth.

Our dental hygienists they will carefully remove any plaque and tartar.

Your teeth will be polished with a gritty paste and a special rotary tool.

We will provide you with the necessary suggestions for more efficient brushing and flossing.

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