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Since prevention is key to your overall dental health, at Advanced DDS, we schedule your initial hygienist visit for a full hour to allow for a thorough evaluation and cleaning. That will include checking your gums for any signs of gingivitis or gum disease. Should you require periodontal therapy, our hygienist will review that service with you. Make sure you see us at least 2x a year.
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Biolase | Laser
Laser Dental Therapy
Now, there's a better way to give your mouth a deep clean. Introducing the minimally invasive: Biolase Laser Therapy. The Biolase is a device is a dental laser that uses low-level laser energy to perform a wide range of minimally invasive dental and periodontal procedures quickly, safely, and gently, with less bleeding, and often without requiring a needle of local anesthesia.
Our highly qualified hygienist team can perform this procedure to treat a wide range of dental issues. Some lasers are often used for the EARLY DETECTION of CAVITIES or TOOTH DECAY. Dental lasers can also help to treat GUM DISEASE. Lasers help to remove soft tissue folds from ill-fitting dentures.
THE GENTLE DENTAL EXPERIENCE
Plaque Removal Therapy
Plaque is a substance that can build up on your teeth and cause them to look dull and dirty. Over time, plaque will harden into tartar and put you at risk for decay and gum disease. Dental hygienists are trained to remove plaque from your teeth to protect them from decay and prevent the development of tartar.
A FURTHER LOOK
Dental x-rays are a standard part of preventative dental care. Dental hygienists are trained to take and develop dental x-rays for patients. X-rays, also known as radiographs, allow your dentist to see between and inside your teeth. Dental X-rays are important because they give your dentist the whole picture. They help dentists see the condition of your teeth and also the roots, jaw placement, and facial bone composition. They will help your dentist find and treat dental problems before they become too serious or advanced.
Some people who have recently been diagnosed with gum or dental disease might need X-rays every six months, while others who don’t have ongoing dental treatment may need to get an X-ray only once every couple of years. If you’re a new patient and haven’t gotten an X-ray done recently, your new dentist may recommend a panoramic X-ray to assess the state of your oral health.
What do Dental X-Rays show?
Dental X-Rays help reveal
Small areas of decay between teeth
Decay beneath fillings
Cysts and other types of tumors
Bone loss in the jaw due to periodontal disease
The position of teeth to determine what kind of tooth implant, braces, or dentures are required
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Our team of dentists have a combined 100 years of dental restorative experience. Using only the highest quality materials and the state-of-the-art dental techniques, we provide the best opportunity for longer-lasting restorations such as:
- Composite Dental Fillings
- Inlays and Onlays
- Root Canal Therapy
- Porcelain Crowns and Bridges