Due to the coronavirus outbreak, our office is temporarily closed except for emergencies. We are hoping to slow the spread of the virus by encouraging our patients to stay home. This will also conserve protective equipment so that, if needed, it can be diverted to emergency medical services in our area. Please call the office and leave a message if you have a dental emergency and we will contact you. We will be in touch to reschedule appointments when we are able to reopen. We wish you health and strength during this difficult time!
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Gum disease, tooth decay and tooth loss are serious dental problems that affect millions of people every year, yet each one is highly preventable.
A consistent dental hygiene routine, combined with regular dental check-ups and examinations, is the best way to reduce the likelihood of serious dental issues down the line.
Daily brushing and flossing go a long way toward creating a clean bill of dental health, but good self-maintenance isn't always enough. Dentists provide the professional x-rays, examinations, cleanings and treatments necessary to expose potential problems, preventing an issue from getting worse while providing you information on the next best course of action.