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We have recently switched to using distilled water in our water lines for doing our procedures.
As you know, distilled water has eliminated the bacteria from the water making dentistry possible under complete sterile environment.

Important Questions to Ask Us at Each Appointment

Posted on 6/25/2019 by Sean Saghatchi
Important Questions to Ask Us at Each AppointmentWhen you come into our office for any sort of dental work, you can be sure to ask the questions that you want to know more about. Not only are we open to answering these questions, but we welcome them.

We want everyone to know that they can get the level of care that they deserve when they come in to see us. We can provide the help you need. Here are some questions that are commonly asked by those that come to see us.

I am Having Terrible Tooth pain, What Could be Causing it?

There are a number of factors that could cause tooth pain to happen. Whether you have decay that has gotten out of control, if you have dental disease of any kind, or if you have an abscess; all of these can be reasons for discomfort.

In order to better assess the situation, we have to provide an exam to find out what exactly is happening and what is causing the pain.

What should I Expect When it Comes to a Teeth Cleaning?

When you come in to our office to have your teeth cleaned, you're met with our awesome hygienists that provide you with a cleaning that scrapes the plaque off the outside of your teeth. They then brush and polish them for you. If you need a fluoride treatment, this is when they provide it.

After the cleaning is done, our dentist comes in to provide an exam. They will see if there are problem areas that need work just by taking a look.

How Often Should I Come In?

Dental cleanings and exams are recommended every 6 months. If work is required, appointments can be set up during those times.

Speak with our office today when you give us a call to schedule an appointment for a cleaning, an exam or just because you're experiencing tooth pain.

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