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Teeth cleaning is a simple and pain-free procedure, which when done regularly, can stave off many serious dental conditions. Inflamed gums, damaged enamel, tooth decay and loss, and periodontal disease are all treatable, but they are also preventable. To avoid these dental issues, we strongly recommend taking good care of your teeth every day, as well as scheduling your dental cleaning visit every 6 months. It is the most important preventative action you can take in caring for your mouth.
Consider for a moment that for a half hour of your time, twice a year, all the savings in pain, money, and time caused by skipping that office visit. A professional dental cleaning keeps your mouth healthy and helps screen for more serious conditions that can be expensive and painful.
Most people are most familiar with fillings as a therapy for cavities. Fillings can also remove decay, repair minor fractures, and restore worn down teeth. Weakened enamel can cause pain or discomfort when eating or drinking hot and cold foods. Teeth may also be sensitive when biting or chewing. Fillings can be a remedy for all these ailments.
Several different types of dental fillings are available depending on the condition of and type of injury to your tooth. Your medical history, aesthetics, preferences, and budget will also play a role in determining which type of filling to get. Your doctor will go over all the options with you and help you make the best choice.
Exams and X-rays
Every visit to our office will involve some type of exam. An injury or specific pain may require just a limited exam. Your bi-annual visit will include a comprehensive exam. These exams are the best way for your dentist to spot early signs of dental problems, such as gingivitis or cavities.
Some exams will require X-rays. Your dentist will probably also order X-ray on your full mouth at least once a year. Many underlying conditions cannot be spotted with the naked eye. We want to make sure we catch these conditions early, before they become painful or more difficult to treat.
Dentures, or “false teeth,” may be recommended if you have experienced severe dental trauma resulting in the loss of one or more teeth. It doesn’t matter how old or young you are; eligibility for dentures is not dictated by age, but by your overall oral health.
Dentures improve your cosmetic appearance by preventing your facial muscles from sagging which can improve your smile. They are also functional, improving eating, chewing and speech. Some dentures replace gums and surrounding tissues in addition to teeth. They will take some getting used to though. Your dentist will do everything possible to ensure a proper fit, but may need to schedule follow-up visits to discuss any challenges you are facing. Our office is there for you throughout, willing to help however possible.