ROUTINE CARE

Regular visits to your dentist are essential for protecting your oral health. The more often your teeth and gums receive professional care, the less often it will be necessary to perform more in-depth actions like root canals and extractions. In combination with daily oral hygiene habits, routine checkups can ward off cavities, gum disease, and other threats before they affect your overall health and the beautiful appearance of your smile.

At New Hope Dental Care, our friendly and highly skilled team is ready to make your routine dental care visit as pleasant as possible! If you have avoided scheduling a long-overdue appointment, now is the time to call our office and pay us a visit. We look forward to meeting you.


Periodontal Disease Page Graphic 1Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease—perhaps more familiar to you as the term “gum disease”—affects a significant percentage of the American public. Although it is often painless, it leads to serious issues like tooth loss and decay. Researchers have also demonstrated links between periodontal disease and larger health problems such as heart disease and diabetes. It is preventable, especially if the causes of gum disease are spotted early. If your dentist is able to remove plaque and bacteria before disease sets in, you will avoid the need for deeper cleanings, surgery, and other dramatic procedures to remove infection. Clearly, daily activities such as flossing, brushing, and mouthwash play an important part in fighting periodontal disease, but there is also important preventive care that only your dentist and his team can provide.

 

routine-care-oral-healthScreening for Other Oral Health Threats

Tooth decay, weak gums, and serious threats like oral cancer types are all problems that your dentist and hygienists will look for during a routine visit. It is important to spot these threats before they gain strength, as they can cause permanent damage and negatively affect your overall health if they are allowed to progress. In addition to a visual inspection, your dentist may use x-rays and other advanced screening methods to detect any sign of cancer or decay that needs to be mitigated before it causes more serious problems for you.

Periodontal Disease Page Graphic 2Keeping Your Smile Beautiful

If your teeth and gums are in great shape, you want to keep them that way! By removing plaque and maintaining the health of your gums, a brief visit to your dentist for a routine cleaning can keep your smile looking as bright, healthy, and beautiful as it always has. That beautiful smile is not something to take for granted, and preventive maintenance will pay off every day when you look in the mirror and like what you see.

It is easy to put off routine dental care, but at New Hope Dental Care, it is nearly as easy for you to finally schedule that appointment and keep your oral health strong. Give yourself the peace of mind and healthy teeth and gums that you deserve! Call our office today for an appointment that matches your schedule.

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