Preventive Dentistry focuses on giving patients tips for taking care of your teeth and how to get a healthy, beautiful smile. When it comes to preventive dentistry, there are many different types ranging from cleanings to how to properly brush and floss your teeth.
We make it easy to stay up to date with preventive dental care. Our Reno dental office has a friendly staff that welcomes you with a smile every visit. We take pride in getting to know our patients and treating them like family. When you walk into our office, you’ll instantly feel at home with our Lake-Tahoe inspired interior and friendly atmosphere. Our dental patients experience comfort and excellent service, which makes all of those routine visits a pleasant experience. We promise that you’ll never dread going to the dentist again — you might even enjoy it!
Keep Your Smile Healthy
with Regular Dental Cleanings Every 6 Months
Regular dental cleanings help keep your teeth, gums, and tooth bone structure healthy. In addition to daily flossing and brushing, it is recommended that you visit the dentist every 6 months for a thorough dental cleaning. When you visit us for your cleaning, our highly trained dental hygienists will start off by examining your mouth to check for gingivitis, cavities, or any other potential problems. Next, we remove plaque and tartar from in between your teeth and throughout the gum line. Finally, we clean and polish your teeth, floss, rinse and send you away with a beautiful, sparkling smile. Other treatments, such as Fluoride treatments or X-rays may take place depending on your needs and your overall dental health.
Stop Dental Problems Before They Begin
Staying up-to-date on your dental care can prevent the development of cavities and gum disease before they begin. It’s simply the best way to ensure proper dental health and maintain a great smile. While many people avoid the dentist due to fear or lack of knowledge, we seek to educate and promote dental health and hygiene through daily brushing and flossing routines as well semi-annual visits to the dentist. The best way to prevent major problems is to catch them early on, or better yet—before they even begin.