Preventive care is a foundation of dentistry. At Mona Lisa Smiles Family Dentistry, we believe strongly in taking a preventive approach to dental care. Promoting health through preventive and routine hygiene care is the heart of our practice. More than just “cleaning”, these visits allow us to monitor your health and catch potential problems early. We take the time to care about your specific needs! Ask us about the latest techniques and products to assist you, we are here to help you keep your teeth for a lifetime.
Avoid cavities, infections and bad breath with your regular dental exam and cleaning! The Canadian Dental Association recommends that a routine dental examination and cleaning are performed every 6 months.
We care about your oral health and want you to be at your best! Our office takes the time to perform a comprehensive examination of your teeth and gums and tissues, including an oral cancer screening, and we utilize low radiation digital x-rays to customize a personalized treatment plan. All of our cleanings are performed with an ultrasonic scaler to remove plaque and calculus from the teeth.
Plaque and calculus on the teeth and below the gums can cause several dental problems including tooth decay, gum disease, bone loss, bad breath, and potentially tooth loss. Always remember that regular and routine dental cleanings can eliminate plaque and calculus build-up and remove harmful bacteria. Keep those teeth healthy and pearly white!
Do you or your spouse snore in your sleep?
If so, there is a solution to those deafening, nighttime sounds. Most people are unaware of the other problems brought on by snoring (in addition to the lack of sleep), including persistent dry mouth and sore throat.
These symptoms are not nearly as severe as the underlying risk factors associated with deep snoring, which is usually diagnosed as sleep apnea. High blood pressure and cardiopulmonary health problems are often directly linked to this widespread health condition; sleep apnea is characterized by consistent bouts of ceased breathing during the night, to the point where the individual will often wake up extremely fatigued and lethargic the next day.
Dental mouth guards have long been used to protect the teeth, gums and supporting tissues from damage, injury and trauma. There are two types of sports mouth guards – over the counter (OTC) and custom.
While OTC guards are helpful for occasional use, many dental patients require the benefit of a customized dental mouth guard fitted by a dentist to effectively prevent injury.
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