At our dental practice, we emphasize the significance of preventive dentistry through regular check-ups and professional cleanings. These routine appointments detect potential issues early on, allowing for timely intervention with less complex procedures and lower costs.

What to expect

First visit

Comprehensive exam, x-rays , intraoral photos, scans and a diagnostic report with comprehensive scores on your oral health.

Recall visits

Regular check-ups and cleanings every 6 months or every 3-4 months for patients with periodontal disease.


Regular Checkup & Cleaning

Investing in your oral health through regular hygiene appointments every six months is a proactive step towards maintaining a radiant and confident smile for years to come.

It usually involves thorough check-ups and professional cleaning where our skilled team performs scaling and polishing to remove plaque and tartar buildup. These routine visits enhance the cleanliness of your teeth as well as contribute to the prevention of dental issues.

Fluoride Treatment

After your regular hygiene appointments, we offer an additional layer of protection for your smile through fluoride treatment. This quick and painless procedure involves the application of a fluoride varnish, which strengthens enamel, helps prevent tooth decay, and promotes overall oral health. No food or drinks after fluoride for 30 minutes.

Periodontal care

Periodontal care is an essential part of preventive dentistry for patients who have advanced gum disease (Periodontitis). The condition can be controlled with deep cleanings and more frequent regular cleanings which are typically scheduled every 3-4 months. This can halt the progression of the disease, keeping their oral health under control.


Dental sealants can be applied to people of any age as an excellent preventive procedure from cavities. We will apply a coating of liquid dental resin to the back teeth since they have deep fissures and are more vulnerable to cavities. Then, LED curing light is used to solidify the resin and make a robust, clear barrier.

This prevents germs, acid, and food particles from getting stuck in those deep fissures and form cavities.

Oral Cancer Screening

Oral cancer is typically difficult to diagnose until it has progressed and become more deadly. However, by completing an oral exam during your biannual dental visits, your dentist can detect early warning symptoms.

We will examine your mouth, gums and oral tissues for discolored spots, lumps, growths, and other abnormalities. If a problem is discovered, a biopsy is usually recommended.

Consistent dental appointments help your dentist to become familiar with your oral health, allowing them to detect problems more readily.

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