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General Family Dentistry

General Family Dentistry

We are dedicated to the overall health and well-being of both you and your family, as well as to the principles of preventive dentistry.

Dental Exam

Maintaining a radiant and healthy smile isn’t a mysterious process; it’s rather straightforward: brush, floss, and schedule a professional dental assessment at least twice a year. These dental assessments primarily revolve around prevention – mitigating the escalation of existing issues and averting the emergence of future dental concerns. By adhering to regular dental check-ups, it becomes feasible to pinpoint and address problems during their initial phases, which not only benefits your oral health but also your financial planning.

There’s no need for apprehension when it comes to a dental evaluation. Your teeth will undergo a visual scrutiny to detect indications of plaque, tartar, and tooth decay. Moreover, your gums will be assessed for any signs of inflammation or abnormal coloration, both indicative of gum disease. Additionally, a comprehensive series of dental X-rays might be captured during the assessment, facilitating your dentist’s ability to examine beneath the tooth surfaces. These dental assessments typically conclude with a thorough dental cleaning aimed at eliminating surface stains and accumulated residue.

Dental X-Ray

Dental X-rays have undergone significant advancements. Modern dental X-rays are now safer, quicker, more comfortable, and more enlightening compared to those used in the past. Among the latest and most sophisticated dental technologies, digital X-rays generate high-resolution images of your teeth that can be immediately viewed by both you and your dentist on an LCD monitor.

The implementation of digital X-rays reduces radiation exposure by as much as 90%, all while providing exceptional diagnostic insights to ensure the early detection of potential issues. An alternative to traditional dental X-rays is intraoral photography. Through intraoral photography, concerns like cavities, fractures, and tooth discolorations are captured using clear and precise photographic images, taken using a 35mm or digital camera.

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