General dentistry covers a broad range of procedures including fillings, life-like porcelain crowns, bridges, oral cancer screenings, and bite analysis. Furthermore, everyone should see a general dentist for routine oral health exams to help prevent and detect a variety of diseases and disorders in the oral and maxillofacial region.
Also, bi-annual cleanings and treatment of routine oral health complications can be very beneficial for prevention of further issues.
Did you know that the mouth is the portal to the body?
Oftentimes, early signs of disease that is affecting your body can be detected in the mouth. In addition, when we see inflammation in the oral cavity it is indicative or overall inflammation.
Additionally, research shows that the bacteria that causes gum disease is directly correlated with cardiovascular disease. For these reasons it is of utmost importance that you keep your oral health at the forefront.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to visit a general dentist?
Yes. General dentistry visits are just as much about prevention as they are for treatment. Visiting a general dentist biannually allows for issues to be caught early in the disease process which will allow for more conservative treatment approaches.
What should I expect?
Our patient-centered practice will ensure that you and your entire family are well taken care of. You should expect general examinations of the oral cavity along with recommendations for prevention and treatment of disease when needed.
When should I schedule an appointment?
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