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Preventive dental care includes:
• Proper nutrition and dietary habits
• Brushing and flossing
• Fluoride
• Regular dental check-ups
• Assessing risk for developing cavities
• Evaluating oral growth and development
• Oral health education
• Protection against injuries
• Management of oral habits
• Guidance of erupting teeth
• Sealants

Children and adults with a healthy mouths have a better chance of general health. Oral conditions can interfere with eating and adequate nutritional intake, speaking, self-esteem, and daily activities.

Severe decay can affect growth and development. A healthy mouth is more attractive, giving people confidence in their appearance. Finally, preventive dentistry can result in less extensive and less expensive treatment over time.

Tooth cleaning and polishing and fluoride treatments are all part of a prevention program. However, there is much more. For example, we can apply sealants to protect from tooth decay, help you select a mouthguard to prevent sports injuries to the face and teeth, and provide early diagnosis and care of orthodontic problems.

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Preventative Care

• Flossing

• Proper Brushing

• Teeth Cleaning

• Teeth Polishing

• Fluoride Applications

• Periodic Check-ups

• Digital X-rays

Preventive Dentistry Means a Healthy Smile

Preventative Care

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