Preventive Dentistry

dental care itemsAt Oral Implants & Reconstructive Dentistry, keeping you healthy is what we do best. Prevention is one of our top priorities. Our team believes that if we can prevent dental issues from developing in the first place, we can save you from unnecessary discomfort, costs, and inconvenience. To keep you healthy for a lifetime, we are proud to offer a wide variety of preventive dentistry services!

What Services Do You Offer?

Our team is committed to keeping you and your family in good health. That is why we are proud to offer a variety of preventive services. These services include:

Our services are available for the entire family – young and old. Invest in preventive dentistry today and avoid the frustration of a costly restorative procedure.

Why Is Preventive Dentistry Important?

The goal of preventive care is to protect your smile and prevent damage and decay. Our services are effective in preventing cavities, gum disease, and unforeseen damage from accidents and injuries.

When you are suffering from dental issues such as tooth decay, gum disease, or grinding, it is important to pinpoint and diagnose the problem early. The sooner we begin treatment, the better chance we have of getting things under control and preventing a more serious issue from developing.

What Does Your Cleaning and Exam Include?

At Oral Implants & Reconstructive Dentistry, we believe professional cleanings and exams lay the foundation for excellent preventive care. During your cleaning, one of our skilled hygienists will carefully clean your teeth and mouth. While they check for signs of cavities and infection, they will remove the plaque and tartar from the surface of your teeth. This will reduce your risk of developing a dental issue such as gum disease.

After the cleaning, you will meet with Dr. Heller or Dr. DiDonato for your exam. This is the perfect time to discuss any fears or concerns you may have about your oral health. Afterward, they will examine your teeth, gums, tongue, lips, face, and neck for signs of swelling, discoloration, or discomfort. They may also recommend digital X-rays to examine the teeth and jaw bone. After your exam, your dentist will discuss their findings with you and recommend a treatment – if necessary.

How Do I Learn More?

Our doctors and dental team are committed to maintaining your family’s oral health for a lifetime. It is never too late to take advantage of preventive care. These services can save you a significant amount of time, pain, and money. If you would like to learn more about preventive dentistry at Oral Implants & Reconstructive Dentistry, please call our office at 614-885-1215.

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