You and all of your loved ones deserve healthy teeth that are free of decay, cracks, and chips. Unfortunately, most Americans experience some decay throughout their lifetimes. With family dentistry, we can minimize your decay and treat any tooth damage immediately.
Dental decay comes from high plaque levels, which stems from a mixture of bacteria and food debris. Dry mouth and high acidity also contribute to the tooth decay that is so common.
The bad news is that when you leave tooth decay untreated, you can experience future infection, pain, tooth loss, and intensive dental treatment. Our family dentist and his excellent staff will give you the consistent and optimal oral health care you deserve.
Our family dentist can detect and treat your cavities early. These fillings will relieve your discomfort and keep your teeth strong, even after your teeth have experienced decay.
It is important to have a teeth cleaning at least once every six months. During every teeth cleaning, our staff members will remove the sticky bacteria that has built up on your teeth. Each teeth cleaning is necessary because it is impossible to remove all of the plaque on your own at home.
Fluoride treatments will strengthen your teeth against tooth decay. In addition to a teeth cleaning, you should have a fluoride treatment every once in awhile to create a brighter, healthier future for your smile.
Oral Cancer Screening
According to the Oral Cancer Foundation, approximately 48,250 people in the US will be newly diagnosed with oral cancer in 2016. It is crucial to identify oral cancer early. The sooner you detect this difficult issue, the higher chance you’ll have for successful treatment. At Premier Dental Esthetics we utilize and advanced technology “the VELscope” so that we can detect the earliest signs of oral cancer and get you the help you need in time to prevent a serious tragedy.
You, your children, and your loved ones should all be enjoying excellent oral health. Our family dentistry treatments will protect you and your family from infection, disease, and tooth loss. Call us today to schedule your family dentistry appointment.