COVID-19 Safety Message: Visit our practice with confidence – your safety is our top concern.
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Where Can I Find a Dentist for Teeth Cleaning, Oral Health Treatment and a Dental Exam in Arlington?
If you’ve been looking for a local dentist who can meet all of your dental care needs, then you’re in luck. Our respected dental practice is dedicated to improving your smile and protecting your oral health. That’s why we offer a full array of dental services and treatments. Our services range from a complete dental exams to gum disease treatment to oral health therapy. No matter how long it has been since you last went to the dentist for a dental exam, we are able to provide you the treatment you deserve while ensuring that you remain comfortable. At your dental exam your teeth, gums and mouth will be thoroughly examined for the following issues:
- Dental decay
- Oral cancer
- Advanced gum disease
- Bone loss
- Teeth grinding
Our practice takes pride in developing long-term relationships with our patients and we would love to have you as a new patient. Contact us today to book your first appointment with us.
Who Can Clean Teeth and Provide Gum Treatment?
Dental professionals are the only ones who can perform regular professional cleanings. During a professional cleaning, hard-to-reach plaque and built-up calculus are removed. Plaque is a type of bacteria that sticks to your teeth after you drink and eat. It is typically kept under control via daily brushing and flossing. If plaque is not kept under control, it builds up into a hard material known as calculus. This calculus attacks the enamel of the tooth and eventually leads to tooth decay. A professional dental cleaning can remove calculus build up.
The same bacteria behind plaque and calculus can also negatively impact your gums. This bacteria then leads to the early stages of gum disease, also known as gingivitis. If you have red, swollen, bleeding or sensitive gums whenever you brush and floss, then you most likely have gingivitis. Left without treatment, gingivitis can develop into periodontal disease. Once this has happened, you must immediately see a dentist to receive periodontal treatment.
Can You Help Me Treat My Bad Breath?
Chronic bad breath is also known as halitosis. It is estimated that approximately 25% of Americans have this problem. In most cases it caused by something you ate, poor oral hygiene, or tooth decay. Our dentists are able to help you in treating this problem. By pursuing regular, professional dental cleanings and your dentist’s at-home oral hygiene advice, you will be able to control your bad breath.
Why Are Oral Cancer Screenings Important?
Receiving an annual oral cancer screening is an important element of maintaining your overall health. Oral cancer, a potentially fatal disease, can be treated easily if caught in its early stages. Our dentists will screen for oral cancer at your first dental exam. We highly recommend that everyone over the age of 18 receive an oral cancer screening at least once a year.
Your search for a trustworthy dentist for treatments, cleanings, and a comprehensive dental exam in Arlington is over. Pick up the phone and book an appointment with us today.