We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
We Are Your Source for Affordable Dental Exams and Teeth Cleaning in Union
Has it been a while since your last dental exam or periodontal treatment? Our experienced and highly skilled dentists offer a full range of dental services and therapies designed to keep your smile bright and healthy. Don’t let dental anxiety or budget worries prevent you from addressing your oral health concerns. Our friendly dentists and staff will answer any questions you may have about your treatment and make sure you are comfortable with each step of the process. Call today to schedule your dental exam in Union.
What Does a Dental Exam and Teeth Cleaning Include?
During your initial exam, the dentist will thoroughly examine your mouth, teeth, and gums for signs of oral health issues, including:
- Tooth decay
- Bone loss
- Teeth grinding
- Advanced periodontal disease
- Oral cancer
Based on the results of your examination, our dentist will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan to address your unique dental needs. Our dentists provide a full range of dental therapies to treat everything from minor cavities to periodontitis and receding gums. We pride ourselves on developing long-term relationships with our patients, and we look forward to getting to know your family. If you are looking for a trusted and respected dentist for your family, call today to schedule an appointment.
Why Should I See a Professional for a Dental Exam and Gum Disease Treatment?
While an at-home oral health regimen of brushing and flossing is certainly instrumental in protecting your oral health, only a dentist can remove the plaque and calculus that can build up on your teeth over time. Plaque is the bacterial film that develops on our teeth after we eat or drink. If not removed by brushing and flossing, that film can harden into a hard calculus that can attack the tooth enamel and cause cavities. The bacteria that cause plaque can also get under the gumline to cause gum disease. During the initial stage of gum disease, which is known as gingivitis, your gums may become inflamed, red, and sensitive. They may also start to bleed when you brush and floss. Gingivitis can normally be reversed with proper treatment. If not addressed, however, it can progress to periodontal disease, which is the leading cause of tooth loss. Once gum disease reaches this stage, more aggressive treatments, including surgery, may be required.
Do You Offer Treatments for Bad Breath?
We have all experienced the embarrassment of bad breath after eating certain foods. Unfortunately, more than 25% of Americans live with chronic bad breath, called halitosis. In most cases, the condition is caused by poor oral health and inadequate oral hygiene. Our dentists can recommend a home oral health regimen, professional cleanings, and other specialized treatments to help you manage your halitosis symptoms. If you are embarrassed by chronic bad breath, call today to schedule a consultation.
Who Should Consider an Oral Cancer Screening?
Many types of oral cancer can be successfully treated if diagnosed during the early stages. Regular oral cancer screenings are the most effective way to identify suspicious lesions and lumps before they spread and become life threatening. Oral cancer screenings are a noninvasive procedure in which the dentist inspects the face, lips, and oral cavity for any abnormalities, including swelling, bumps, ulcerations, or asymmetries in color or texture. If your dentist identifies any areas of concern, he or she may order additional tests, such as a biopsy, to confirm the diagnosis. Our dentists perform oral cancer screenings during every initial exam, and we recommend them for every patient over the age of 18. Individuals who use tobacco or drink alcohol on a regular basis may need more frequent screenings.
How Much Do Dental Exams and Cleanings Cost?
We strive to keep our services as affordable as possible, and we are proud to work with a number of popular dental insurance plans. If you have dental insurance, all or part of the cost of your exam and cleaning may be covered. Of course, insurance coverage varies from plan to plan, so we recommend that you contact your insurer to familiarize yourself with your plan’s benefits and limitations. If you need any additional treatments, we will provide you with an estimate of your cost and various payment options following your initial consultation once you and your dentist have decided on a treatment plan.
How Do I Schedule a Dental Exam in Union?
Our friendly dentists and staff are ready to help with all of your dental care needs. From developing a personalized treatment plan, to helping you find a payment option that works within your budget, we will make the process as convenient and comfortable as possible. Even if it has been years since you have seen a dentist, we can help you get your oral health back on track. Call today for more information or to schedule an appointment.