Preventive Dentistry

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Preventive dentistry is beneficial to everyone. From infancy when the teeth are just beginning to emerge, until the point where one may be on the verge of losing all their teeth or has already lost some. Dental treatment aids in the prevention of tooth decay in children, as well as the strength and fit of newly formed permanent teeth. This helps to maintain permanent teeth strong in young adults, which can ultimately lead to a healthier lifestyle.

Preventive Dentistry at Care Dental?

Preventive dentistry procedures range from the most basic services that have been used successfully for decades, to recent technological innovations. These procedures include:

Cleanings

This is where dental health starts. There’s just no substitute for physically removing disease-causing dental plaque and calculus (tartar) from your teeth — especially in hard-to-reach areas near the gum line. That’s why regular professional cleanings are so important to your health.

Dental Sealants. 

This is where dental health starts. There’s just no substitute for physically removing disease-causing dental plaque and calculus (tartar) from your teeth — especially in hard-to-reach areas near the gum line. That’s why regular professional cleanings are so important to your health.

Fluoride. 

This mineral is readily incorporated into the teeth’s mineral structure, thereby making them stronger and more decay-resistant. Fluoride can even reverse tiny cavities that are starting to form. If you are not getting enough from your toothpaste and drinking water, it can be applied directly to your teeth at the dental office.

Laser Decay Diagnosis. 

Laser light can be used to detect early tooth decay quickly and easily, right in the dental office — before full-blown cavities form.

Mouthguards. 

Athletic mouthguards are designed to absorb and distribute the forces of impact and minimize traumatic injury to both the hard and soft tissues of the mouth. The best ones are custom-made for you by your dentist.

Oral Cancer Screenings. 
 

Your best chance of surviving oral cancer — a disease that affects not only lifelong smokers but also young non-smokers — is early detection and treatment. Oral cancer screenings are a routine part of every regular dental exam.

Salivary Diagnostics. 

This is an exciting new development in the field of preventive dentistry. It is already possible to detect the presence of certain diseases with a salvia test, and the technology is developing rapidly.

X-Rays. 

For around a century, dentists have been using x-rays to reveal signs of disease not visible to the naked eye. Now, with CAT scans, they have become three-dimensional and are an indispensable tool to diagnose tooth decay, gum disease, bone density, bone volume and tumors.

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Benifits of preventive dentistry

Who are all benefited from preventive dentistry?

Preventive Dentistry is for all. Starting right from childhood when the teeth are just emerging to the stage when one might have a chance of losing their teeth or have lost some. In kids, they help in preventing the teeth from getting decayed and also helps your newly grown permanent teeth to stay strong and fit. In growing adults, this keeps the permanent teeth healthy which eventually can be a reason for healthy living.

Best Practices for Oral Health and Preventive Dentistry

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Answers to questions

Do Fissure Sealants Hurt?

No, fissure sealants do not hurt at all. The procedure is very simple and straightforward without the usage of anaesthesia.  

How Can I Prevent Gum Disease?

Gum diseases are caused due to poor oral hygiene that leads to plaque formation on the surface of teeth. It can be prevented by regular brushing, flossing and healthy eating habits. Patients experiencing gum infection can visit a dentist for teeth cleaning that can help in the removal of plaque with ease. 

Is Fluoride Safe?

Yes, fluoride is completely safe in the quantity it is present in tap water and toothpaste commonly used. It actually helps in strengthening teeth, maintaining good oral hygiene, and preventing cavities.

How Often Should I Bring My Child In For A Check-Up?

It is recommended to visit a dentist every six months to ensure good oral hygiene for your children and for early identification of developing infections or diseases.

How Often Should I Get Dental Check-Ups?

Individuals with good oral health can visit a dentist once annually, while patients with a bad oral health history must visit a dentist every six months to ensure good oral hygiene. we are having highly qualified dentist for your oral health.

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