Austell Teeth Cleaning & Preventive Care
Maintaining Healthy Smiles for 50+ Years
Although your bi-annual dental checkup is often referred to as a simple cleaning, you are likely aware that it is much more. When you care about your oral hygiene, it is vital that you visit your dentist regularly to maintain optimal oral health. If you are already keeping up with your dental care habits, an Austell dentist can help to keep your teeth healthy and prevent oral disease.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment, or to learn more about our Austell teeth cleaning and preventive services.
Here at Austell Dental, when you come in for your first teeth cleaning appointment, we will perform a comprehensive cleaning and exam, and go over ways you can improve your oral health. Even if you take great care of your teeth, due to poor genetics and a variety of other circumstances, it may not be enough to prevent decay or disease. We offer a wide range of cleaning and preventative services to ensure your mouth is at its healthiest.
The services we provide to aid with prevention include:
- Dental cleanings
- Dental exams
- Dental x-rays
- Oral hygiene aids
- Home care advice
How Often Should I Visit The Dentist?
It is recommended that you have a professional dental cleaning and examination at least once every six months. Regular preventative care is an essential part of maintaining a healthy smile.
Book an Appointment with a Friendly Austell Dentist Today
The prevention of oral disease begins at home and continues with regular examinations. When you come into Austell Dental to see one of our general dentists, we go above and beyond simply cleaning harmful plaque and tartar off of your teeth. By providing you with a thorough examination, we can find any signs of tooth decay or gum disease before it gets serious.
We also emphasize patient education to enhance your oral care regimen. Our dentists have more than five decades of experience and have built strong relationships with our patients and the community. It would be our pleasure to have the opportunity to serve you.