Giving your trust to a hygienist can make you feel concerned about your overall health, your looks, and the cost.
Finding the right hygienist for you should be easy and simple.
"The team at Outdoor Dental takes care of our dental health with precision, care, and experience. They share our belief that good dental health is a significant aspect of your well-being."
Regular dental checkups and cleanings will keep your teeth sparkling and your mouth feeling fresh. During a cleaning, we will clean and polish your teeth. We will remove plaque and tartar build-up found in hard-to-reach areas like below the gum line.
We also check for cavities, gum disease, and oral health concerns. We may be taking digital X-rays of your mouth to better examine your oral health. With every check-up and oral exam, we conduct oral cancer screenings. We aim to detect any abnormal tissue growth in your mouth early for preventive care.
We are a fun and friendly family dentistry that offers a wide range of dental services. In addition to general dentistry: cosmetic dental treatment, restorative dentistry, dental implants, dentures, orthodontics, and more.
Contact Outdoor Dental and schedule an appointment for a dental checkup or cleaning. We advocate for healthy lifestyles and consider good oral health as an important part of your overall well being.
There are two main reasons why regular checkups are preferred. Nowadays one of the main tendencies in health care is to encourage proactive prevention instead of a “crisis treatment.”
The idea behind this is to catch any potential conditions or problems while they are still early and not painful. This allows for less invasive, less costly forms of treatment, as well as diminishes the chance of complications.
In the case of oral health, there is also specific reason why an in-depth professional cleaning session is needed at least 3 to 6 months. It will get rid of the buildup of plaque which could, later on, precipitate something more serious such as a gingivitis or a cavity.
Your exact oral hygiene routine may vary depending on your specific needs and habits. You should consider your medical history, the shape of your teeth, if you use or have used braces, and your diet. But in almost all cases, it’s based on brushing your teeth after every meal and daily flossing.
There are also many healthy habits that are part of dental health. This includes avoiding smoking, tobacco products, and eating refined sugar. Make sure you are eating enough calcium and vitamin C as part of the daily diet.
The fluoride varnish safely provides optimal protection, delivering the highest fluoride concentration possible to the tooth surface. The fluoride varnish may appear white and pasty on the tooth surface.
To obtain the maximum benefit, we ask that you follow these recommendations after you leave the office.