Many of us are well aware of the warnings set by our dentist of getting cavities. Harmful bacteria that can cause tooth decay from acids, starches, and sugars penetrating the teeth are all something that we’ve learned to fear from a young age. We know that these kinds of bacterial or tooth pollutants can give birth to a cavity. It’s common that a tooth in the very beginning stages of a cavity can repair its own enamel with the help of practicing better preventive measures and overall better oral hygiene. In today’s article, we will discuss how dental fillings play a role in achieving better oral hygiene, and why you don’t have to fear simple procedures.
Exams & Cleanings
The belief that preventive dentistry is an essential tool for optimum health is strongly held here at Dental Arts. We highly recommend that our patients visit us at least twice a year for dental exams and cleanings where we can ensure that their smile is clean, free of decay and that your general overall health is not affected by anything happening in your mouth.
Did you know that starting professional dental care early can greatly increase your child’s chances of having optimal oral health? At Dental Arts Seminole, our pediatric dentists are always accepting new smiles at our practice and is proud to offer a range of treatment options perfect for keeping your child’s smile healthy, beautiful and bright.
It’s no secret that root canals have a terrible reputation amongst dental patients. The most common opinion of root canals being that they are painful is an opinion it is quite simply outdated. Advancements in modern techniques and technologies in the dental field allow dental professionals at Dental Arts perform root canal therapy treatments safely and was very little to no pain. In the following article we will take a look at whether or not you may need a root canal, what it means, what to expect during root canal treatment, and how to schedule a root canal today!