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Preventive Dentistry

WHAT IS PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY?

Preventive dentistry is dental care that helps maintain good oral health. It’s a combination of regular dental check-ups along with developing good habits like brushing and flossing. Taking care of your teeth starts early in childhood and extends throughout the course of your life. Preventive dentistry services may include:

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    WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY?

    Regular preventive dental exams provide the following benefits to your oral health:

    PREVENTIVE DENTAL TREATMENTS

    Thorough Oral Examination:

    When you have a dental appointment, the dentist will conduct a comprehensive oral examination that may include any of the following:

    Oral Hygiene and Cleaning:

    Preventative dental treatment also entails dental cleaning, and usually include:

    BEFORE & AFTER PICTURE GALLERY

    STAINS & TARTAR : MILD TREATING CLEANING

    STAINS AND TARTAR : MODERATE TREATMENT CLEANING

    STAINS & TARTAR : SEVERE TREATMENT CLEANING

    PLACEMENT OF DENTAL SEALANTS:

    FLUORIDE TREATMENT:

    Fluoride fortifies the teeth through remineralization, where minerals fuse to deteriorating areas of the tooth enamel. It also interrupts the production of acids by bacteria, to prevent tooth decay. Fluoride is an economical way of maintaining oral health to avoid expensive procedures in the future. You only need one dental appointment for fluoride treatment.

    HOME CARE EDUCATION:

    Home care is necessary for preventing oral health conditions. Oral health is essential for your overall health. The dentist will inform you during your appointments of what home care measures you should take towards ensuring optimal oral hygiene.

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

    How Often Should I Get Dental Check-Ups?
    Individuals with good oral health can visit a dentist once annually, while patients with a bad oral health history must visit a dentist every six months to ensure good oral hygiene.
    How Often Should I Bring My Child In For A Check-Up?
    It is recommended to visit a dentist every six months to ensure good oral hygiene for your children and for early identification of developing infections or diseases.
    Is Fluoride Safe?
    Yes, fluoride is completely safe in the quantity it is present in tap water and toothpaste commonly used. It actually helps in strengthening teeth, maintaining good oral hygiene, and preventing cavities.
    How Long Does It Take To Recover?
    Aligners are hassle-free and promise much faster results than traditional braces. Getting accustomed to aligners is easy and the recovery time is also shorter. But in some cases, it can vary depending on the teeth straightening needs and overall patient compliance. Ideally, recovery time for aligners is between 13-15 months.
    How Can I Prevent Gum Disease?
    Gum diseases are caused due to poor oral hygiene that leads to plaque formation on the surface of teeth. It can be prevented by regular brushing, flossing, and healthy eating habits. Patients experiencing gum infection can visit a dentist for teeth cleaning which can help in the removal of plaque with ease.
    Do Fissure Sealants Hurt?
    No, fissure sealants do not hurt at all. The procedure is very simple and straightforward without the usage of anesthesia.
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