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Your Best Choice for General and Family Dentistry
Your routine dental exams and cleanings are the foundation for optimal oral health. You deserve the care of a highly experienced team that provides the best care for your teeth in a warm, family-friendly setting. Whether you need a checkup, or more advanced treatments for periodontal disease, you’ll receive outstanding care and convenience at every visit.
Thanks to comprehensive exams and ongoing preventative appointments, you can drastically reduce the risk of unwanted emergencies or dental infections.
A Thorough Exam Can Make the Difference
At every preventive care visit you make to our practice, you will receive a comprehensive exam. During this assessment, you will obtain an oral cancer screening, periodontal exam of the gums, and an evaluation of your teeth and existing restorations.
When appropriate, you will also have a set of diagnostic x-rays to aid in diagnosing:
- Abscesses or cysts
- Bone loss
- Cancerous and non-cancerous tumors
- Decay between the teeth
- Developmental abnormalities
- Poor tooth and root positions
- Problems inside a tooth or below the gum line
Each element of the examination is crucial for you to enjoy a healthy smile in the future.
Why Book a Dental Cleaning?
Plaque is a sticky film made of food remains and bacteria. If not removed regularly, it hardens and becomes tartar build-up that accumulates under your gumline, causing inflammation and bleeding. A dental hygienist will remove these deposits from your teeth in a gentle manner. You’ll leave our office with a clean, refreshed smile!
Your child’s baby teeth are guides for their permanent smile. They need special care and treatment because of how easily decay can spread at this stage of life. Experts recommend that you bring your little ones for their first dental visit between one and two years of age. With gentle care and a caring team of providers, these happy visits will form a favourable impression in both their smile as well as their mind.
Dental Treatments for Gum Disease
Infected gums can directly impact your overall health. Bacteria that cause periodontal disease has also been linked to heart disease, stroke, infertility, and multiple other conditions. If you think you might have infected gums, contact us now for early treatment that can save you money, your teeth, and your health!