Stay Proactive With Cleanings, Sealants,
Fluoride Treatments, and More

Keeping Your Smile Bright and Healthy

What is Preventive Dentistry?

Preventative dentistry is the proactive approach to maintaining a healthy smile. At The Dental Home, we prioritize preventive measures to help you avoid common dental issues like decay and gum disease. By working closely with our experienced dental team and following a personalized maintenance plan, you can protect your oral health and preserve your natural teeth for life. Invest in your smile’s future with our comprehensive preventive dental care services.

The Dental Home's Approach to Preventive Care

Discover how our proactive approach to preventive dentistry can help you maintain a healthy smile for life. From personalized treatment plans to education on oral hygiene practices, we're dedicated to safeguarding your dental health and preserving your natural teeth.

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Oral Hygiene Tips for
Home Care

Preventive dentistry is essential to maintaining a healthy smile. Brushing twice daily with fluoride toothpaste for two minutes helps prevent decay and gum disease while cleaning between teeth daily is crucial for optimal oral health. Additionally, regular dental visits for preventive care and treatment are essential for maintaining optimal oral health and catching any potential issues early. Book an appointment with us to get your smile back on track.

Preventive Dental Services We Offer

At The Dental Home, we prioritize proactive measures to keep your smile healthy and vibrant. Our comprehensive preventive dental services are designed to detect and address potential problems early on, ensuring your teeth and gums remain in top condition. Explore our range of preventive procedures below:

 

Professional dental cleanings, also known as dental prophylaxis, involve removing plaque and tartar buildup from the teeth and along the gumline. This helps prevent cavities, gum disease, and bad breath.

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Regular dental exams allow dentists to assess your oral health, identify any issues early on, and provide appropriate treatment or recommendations to prevent further problems.

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Fluoride is a mineral that helps strengthen tooth enamel and prevent tooth decay. Fluoride treatments involve applying fluoride or gel to teeth to protect against cavities.

Dental sealants are thin, plastic coatings applied to the chewing surfaces of the back teeth (molars and premolars) to protect them from decay. They create a barrier that prevents food and bacteria from accumulating in the grooves of the teeth.