Healthy Smiles

start with regular dental cleanings.

Let’s Maintain that Smile

Oral hygiene is essential to maintaining healthy teeth that affect you physically and mentally. Preventative dental care will save you from long term pain and costly treatments.

We’ll provide you with as much information to guide you on choosing the best dental treatment you need.

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Regularly Scheduled

You will receive a comprehensive oral exam, x-rays, and review of your personal and medical history to assess your dental health to plan your treatment options.

Oral Exams
We do a thorough examination of your mouth, teeth and gums to find any irregularities that may be present.
X-rays are used to give us a clearer picture of your mouth, teeth, roots, upper and lower jaw.
Teeth Cleaning
Depending on the health of your gums a hygienist will remove plaque and tartar followed by brushing, flossing, polishing, fluoride and hygiene instructions.

Levels of Cleaning

Depending on your personal hygiene we will be able to determine the level of cleaning needed.

Regular Cleaning

A dental hygienist will clean, polish and floss your teeth to remove hardened plaque, tartar and bacteria.

Gingival Scaling

Similar to a routine dental cleaning with the additional focus on cleaning around your gums scaling to remove tartar and bacteria.

Scaling & Root Planing

A non-surgical treatment removing plaque and calculus beneath the gum line at the tooth's root including irrigation and localized antibiotics.

Periodontal Maintenance

Maintenance cleaning for advanced gum and bone disease to prevent the infection from getting worse.

Antibiotic therapy

To treat acute infections, such as a gum abscess and to kill the bacteria that may cause periodontal disease.

Periodontal Maintenance

Patients with periodontal disease will always require a periodontal maintenance treatment to control disease progression.

Periodontal maintenance treatments are performed at two, three or four-month intervals following the completion of scaling and root planing treatment. This treatment helps manage periodontal disease and bone loss.

Warning Signs

  • Gums that bleed easily
  • Red, swollen, tender gums
  • Gums that have pulled away from the teeth
  • Persistent bad breath or bad taste
  • Permanent teeth that are mobile or cracked
  • Any change in the way your teeth come together when you bite
  • Any change in the fit of dental appliances

Patients are often not aware they have periodontal disease.

Early diagnosis and treatment is important to controlling periodontal disease.