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Prevention of dental disease starts at home with a good oral hygiene routine and a balanced diet. You can prevent serious and costly dental problems with regular exams, cleanings, and x-rays.


It is recommended to have dental examinations twice a year and x-rays once a year. Oral health offers your dentist insight into the overall health of your entire body. Dental check-ups are a must for complete full-body health.


A dental cleaning is important for stopping the progression of periodontal (gum) disease and gingivitis (gum swelling and redness).  It is recommended to have a cleaning once every 6 months, but more often can also be beneficial.

Periodontal Therapy

Plaque and tartar that is below the gum line can cause bone loss and can lead to loose teeth. Periodontal cleanings are a deeper cleaning to address these issues. 

Oral Cancer Screening

Your dentist will perform a thorough examination of your mouth, head, and neck during your regular oral cancer screenings. This will allow for early detection of any abnormal tissue.

Kids' Dentistry

It is recommended that a child have their first dental visit at age one or within 6 months of their first tooth. Their first visit is often on mom or dad's lap! It is important for kids to learn the regular routine of visiting the dentist.


It can be difficult to clean the deep grooves of molars and 75% of dental decay begins in these areas. A sealant is a thin, plastic coating that is applied to the chewing surface to protect the teeth from decay.

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