Dental Services

Prevention & Hygiene

Preventive dentistry is dental care that helps maintain good oral health. It’s a combination of regular dental check-ups along with developing good habits like brushing and flossing. Taking care of your teeth starts early in childhood and extends throughout the course of your life.

  • Brush your teeth twice a day-in the morning and before bed-and floss once a day. This removes plaque, which can lead to damaged teeth, gums, and surrounding bone.
  • Use a toothpaste that contains fluoride, which helps prevent tooth decay and cavities. Ask your dentist if you need a mouthwash that contains fluoride or one with ingredients that fight plaque. Look for toothpastes that have been approved by the American Dental Association.
  • Avoid foods that contain a lot of sugar. Sugar helps plaque grow.
  • Avoid frequent snacking and/or drinking carbohydrates.
  • Practice tongue cleaning. You can use a tongue cleaner or a soft-bristle toothbrush, stroking in a back-to-front direction. Tongue cleaning is particularly important for people who smoke or whose tongues are coated or deeply grooved.
  • Schedule regular trips to the dentist in order to catch possible dental issue early, rather than waiting until you feel the pain.

Our Services

Digital X-Rays

X-rays, also known as radiography, serves as an important tool to dentists that allow them to see the condition of your teeth, roots, jaw, and overall facial bone composition.
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Dental Exams

Regular dental visits are an important part of your oral hygiene regimen! Dental cleanings are designed not just to polish your teeth, but also to remove debris that you cannot remove with brushing and flossing alone.
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Dental Implants

Don’t go another day with an incomplete smile. Replace any and all of your missing teeth with dental implants! Schedule your dental implant consultation with our experienced dental team at All Smiles Family Dentistry today!
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Flouride Treatment

Flouride has been held in high regard by the dental community for decades. It helps to prevent tooth decay by absorbing into tooth enamel.
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Bad breath, medically called halitosis, can result from poor dental health habits and may be a sign of other health problems.
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The pits and grooves of your teeth are prime areas for opportunistic decay.
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Home Care

Natural teeth and teeth with restorations survive best in an oral environment that is clean and where the intake of harmful foods is controlled.
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