Want to keep your teeth healthy? So do we! That’s why we offer excellent preventative care at Prince Dental Care with extensive services and treatments that can be tailored to your exact dental needs!
Even simple things like brushing and flossing your teeth daily can be considered as preventative. But what does prevention really look like?
It just means safeguarding your smile from dental issues, no matter how minor they seem. Even small cavities are evidence of tooth decay, and can become bigger issues, like tooth loss and tooth infections, if left untreated.
Comprehensive Oral Exams: A dentist can perform a full examination of your smile to detect any irregularities in your oral health. This is the first step in prevention!
Cleanings: Dental cleanings by a professional dentist can be important for clearing plaque and tartar from your teeth and gums, as well as checking for cavities and gum disease.
X-Rays: X-rays are excellent tools dentists use to find issues that can’t be spotted with the naked eye. They use only a small amount of radiation to get the job done.
Fluoride Treatments: Fluoride is an important mineral that your teeth need to grow strong. Fluoride treatments can help prevent cavities and tooth loss!
Dental Sealants: Especially if you’re prone to cavities, dental sealants provide a protective seal on your chewing molars to block out bacteria from settling in.
We provide several options for preventative care at Prince Dental Care, all to give you a healthy smile! If you’d like to learn more about maintaining your oral health, set up an appointment today with our friendly team by contacting our office. We’ll make sure you get the patient care you deserve!
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