Protect Your Oral Health With Regular Checkups & Cleanings
Regular checkups and cleanings at American Dental Care in Doylestown are an essential part of maintaining good oral health. During these appointments, our experienced hygienist and dentist will examine your teeth, gums, and the overall condition of your mouth. Should any issues be found, we will customize a treatment plan to meet your unique needs.
What’s involved with a checkup and cleaning appointment?
We’ll begin with an examination of your teeth for any signs of decay, both visually and with X-rays. We’ll also inspect your gums to ensure they look and feel great. Next, we’ll clean and scale your teeth to remove plaque and tartar buildup, and our dentist will assess your mouth to check for any developing issues. If there are any signs of decay, gum disease, or other oral health problems, we’ll discuss our findings with you and suggest how to best treat them. We’ll also provide you with personalized oral health education to help you protect and optimize your smile!
What benefits do regular checkups and cleanings provide?
This type of preventive care helps patients maintain good oral hygiene and reduces their need for more invasive dental treatments in the short and long term. In addition, it also helps our team detect and diagnose any potential issues in their earliest stages so treatment can begin right away.
How often should I schedule this type of appointment?
The ADA recommends having a checkup and cleaning performed at least twice each year. However, if you have a higher risk for dental issues, such as gum disease or cavities, you may benefit from more frequent appointments to ensure your smile is protected.
It’s vital that you do everything you can to maintain and protect your oral health now and in the future. Call American Dental Care today to learn more about how we can help!
Contact American Dental Care About Checkups & Cleanings Today
- Prevent tooth decay and tartar buildup
- Detect and diagnose any oral issues in their earliest stages
- Reduce the need for more invasive dental treatments
- Minimize your risk for gum disease
- Prioritize your smile!