Dental exams are necessary to diagnose dental disease and prepare a treatment plan that involves home care as well as clinical office visits.
Dental x-rays help to reveal areas of tooth decay as well as bone loss. Modern digital x-rays release only a limited amount of radiation to capture detailed images of your teeth.
Oral Cancer Cleaning
This quick and simple exam involves the visual and tactile examination of the oral cavity can help identify irregular and/or potential cancerous lesions. Early detection is the first step towards a cure.
Professional Teeth Cleaning
Teeth Cleanings are necessary to remove dental plaque or bacteria that can potentially cause gingivitis or gum inflammation.
Fluoride is a naturally occurring chemical compound that can prevent dental decay. It is found in drinking water, toothpaste and certain mouthrinses. Fluoride treatments are often recommended at routine dental visits for children and adults with high cavity risk.
Sealants are thin protective coatings made of plastic or other dental materials that as a barrier to prevent cavities. They seal the pits and fissures of your teeth and are commonly applied to children but also adults at high risk for dental decay.