Preventive Dental Care

Preventive Dental Care


The modern pace of our urban life hits hard on our schedule. So it may easily bring undesirable consequences to the overall state of your oral health. Thus it is essential to take care of the oral hygiene. Of course, it must be done on par with doing regular general and preventative checkups with a dentist.  Preventive dentistry is the practice of caring for your teeth to keep them healthy. There are many forms of preventive dentistry, such as daily brushing and dental cleanings. Preventive dentistry is the practice of caring for your teeth to keep to prevent Cavities, Gum Disease, and Enamel Wear.   

To maintain optimal oral health, the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends visiting your dentist at least once per year.  Children should be taught proper oral hygiene at an early age. These practices are designed to ensure that teeth are clean, strong and white.  Such regular teeth and gums examinations will ensure that your health is in no danger. It will confirm that every dental concern or issue is detected and fixed by Dr. Finch at once. We have a long list of regular customers with that in mind, who visit our Dental Center on a regular basis.  

Teeth cleanings, Fluoride and Sealant are just a few of our Preventative Dental Procedures.  Dr. Finch recommends a regular assessment of dental caries, plaque, calculus, and staining.  That is why he recommends all our patients schedule a regular visit to our Dental Center.  Such a regular checkup will ensure that any potential problems will be spotted on time and there will be an option to easily get it fixed.  Also, oral health diagnostics is a built-in part of all our appointments.   

Your Role in Prevention

There’s one more extremely important component of preventive dentistry: you. The procedures mentioned above can only be effective if you come in to the Dental Center to take advantage of them. Likewise, the importance of maintaining a good oral hygiene routine at home cannot be overstated. Daily effective brushing and flossing will go a long way toward removing the dental plaque responsible for dental disease, tooth loss, and the need for more complex dental treatment.