Cleanings and Check-Ups
Dental cleanings and check-ups are some of our most popular general dentistry services here at Garfield Dental Group. Everyone should make it a point to visit their dentist on a regular basis, not just when they’re experiencing pain or other dental emergencies. Many people think that dental check-ups are only necessary for kids, but that’s not the case. Adults need preventive care and general maintenance just as much as kids do.
A routine cleaning is an important part of oral care. It is a time to clean away bacteria and plaque, and to administer fluoride treatment. If dental sealants are beneficial to you, this would also be a good time to get them placed. By keeping your teeth clean and free of plaque, you can help to prevent cavities and other dental problems. A routine cleaning is an essential part of oral care, and it can help to keep your smile healthy and beautiful.
When was the last time you had a dental check-up? If it’s been a while, or if you’ve never gone for a dental check-up before, you may be wondering why they’re so important. Well, dental check-ups are important because they allow your dentist to identify and treat any dental problems early on, before they can cause further damage. Dental problems can be painful and unpleasant, and they can also lead to more serious health problems down the road. That’s why it’s so important to have regular dental check-ups – not just for your teeth, but for your overall health as well.
Oral Cancer Screenings
Oral cancer is a serious disease that can often be undetected until it is too late. However, oral cancer screenings are now offered as part of routine check-ups and cleanings, making it easier than ever to get screened. In fact, oral cancer screenings are so important that they are now recommended for everyone over the age of eighteen. The reason oral cancer screenings are so important is because they can catch the disease in its early stages, when it is most treatable. Oral cancer typically starts out as a small lesion or lump on the tongue or inside of the cheek. By screening for these lesions during routine check-ups, dentists and oral health professionals can provide treatment before the cancer has a chance to spread.
Halitosis is more than just an unpleasant smell – it can also be a sign of a serious health problem. That’s why our dentists offer halitosis treatment during routine cleanings. By detecting and treating halitosis early, we can help you maintain your oral health and protect your overall well-being. halitosis treatment involves a combination of methods, including special mouthwash, brushing and flossing techniques, and occasional dental check-ups. By following these simple steps, you can keep your breath smelling fresh and your teeth healthy.
At Garfield Dental Group, we take your oral health seriously. That’s why we don’t cut corners when it comes to providing quality dental care. You depend on us for your oral health, so we want to give you the very best. So if you’re looking for a dental practice that puts your needs first, contact us to schedule an appointment. We’ll be happy to help you achieve the healthy smile you deserve.