When should I schedule my child’s first dental exam?

Your baby’s teeth are actually forming while your child is still in the womb. Baby teeth (also known as primary teeth) usually begin to emerge around six months of age. Although there is not a definite age for first teeth to erupt, it is important that you plan to take your child for their first…
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4 Reasons People Miss Dental Exams and Why You Shouldn’t

Have ever missed a dental exam? While it’s easy to miss an appointment with our busy schedules and hectic lifestyles, skipping routine checkups and cleanings can put your oral health in danger. When you receive routine preventive oral healthcare, you can save time spent in our office and money spent on advanced treatments. Following are…
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Why Regular Dental Exams Are So Important

Prevention and early action can save you time, money, and relief from a painful condition that might be avoided if you visit your dentist and undergo a dental exam during your regular hygiene appointment. Every six months (or as recommended by your dentist) you and every member of your family should visit your dental provider…
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How often should I have a dental exam and cleaning?

Your overall well being is connected to your dental condition. With that knowledge, doing everything you can to maintain great dental health should be given top priority. One of the things you can do to keep your teeth and gums in great shape is to see your dentist every six months for cleaning and dental…
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4 Things You Need to Know About Your Dental Exams

A dental exam occurs during your regular dental visit to have your teeth cleaned. Quite often it is the  hygienist that actually cleans your teeth by removing plaque that has built up since your previous visit. Teeth will also be polished to look their best. If X-rays were needed, they will be displayed for the…
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Why Early Detection of Tooth Decay is So Important

Tooth decay, also known as cavities, can be devastating if not found and repaired as soon as possible. If allowed to progress, decay can result in infection and the possible need to extract the tooth. Visits to the dentist every six months can play a big role in the early detection and repair of tooth…
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