We place a heavy emphasis on preventive care to help protect your smile and your wallet. Keeping up with your preventive care is one of the only ways to ward off decay and restorative dental treatments. Whether you’re looking for a little bit more protection against cavities, or you’re struggling with chronic bad breath, we’ve got you covered. Take control of your smile today!

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Routine Cleanings & Exams

During your routine exam, we will take any necessary X-rays and inspect for problem areas. Next, one of our skilled hygienists will provide you with a deep cleaning and remove any built-up tartar. Dr. Tran will perform a final inspection and provide you with any tips to improve your oral health, then you’ll be on your way!

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Fluoride Treatments

Fluoride is a natural mineral proven to help fight against cavities. It’s often used in a variety of toothpaste, mouth rinses, and even the water we drink. During your routine exam, a higher dosage of fluoride can be applied after your cleaning is complete. Once it has been applied, please refrain from eating or drinking for approximately 30 minutes.

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Dental Sealants

The crevices in our teeth, especially our back molars, are magnets for leftover food particles and cavity-causing bacteria. A dental sealant is a thin coating of plastic-like materials that can be painted onto the teeth to prevent bacteria from accumulating. Think of it as an umbrella for your smile.

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Headache Prevention

A misaligned bite can cause a great deal of pressure on your jaw and facial muscles, leaving you with tension headaches. Our team uses a combination of exercises and custom oral appliances to relieve the pressure. Oftentimes, patients prefer this non-invasive method of treatment.

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Oral Cancer Screenings

The likelihood of curing oral cancer greatly increases when its caught during the earliest stages. At each routine exam, we’ll thoroughly inspect for any problem areas and perform further testing, if necessary. It’s critical that you’re visiting us every six months so we have the opportunity for early detection.

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