Tooth PainTooth pain can be caused by various problems. Oral examination can help determine the cause.
Dental AnxietyWe offer a wide range of services to help you overcome your fear and finally enjoy good oral health.
Broken or Chipped ToothChipped teeth can be treated either by cosmetic bonding or porcelain restoration.
Periodontal DiseaseWe offer a variety of periodontal treatments, customized for your specific health needs.
Uneven TeethWe offer a state of the art solution of straightening your teeth through invisible dental braces.
Cavities & DecayWe use modern technology to detect decay in the earliest stages, saving and preserving your teeth.
Tooth StainsWe offer a couple of whitening procedures to brighten your teeth and return the smile to your face.
Missing TeethWe can restore your smile, as well as speaking & eating ability with advanced prosthetics.
The key to improving your overall health and reducing future dental costs is investing in preventive care. A quick appointment a minimum of twice a year is all it takes. While routine brushing and flossing at home is necessary to keep your smile looking its best, Redmond Town Dental’s comprehensive exam and cleaning is essential. The American Dental Association recommends that you visit your dentist every six months to ensure your teeth stay healthy and your smile stays beautiful.
WHAT HAPPENS DURING YOUR DENTAL EXAM & TEETH CLEANING APPOINTMENT
- Evaluate your overall health and oral hygiene
- Evaluate your risk of tooth decay, root decay, and gum or bone disease
- Evaluate your need for tooth restoration or tooth replacement
- Check your bite and jaw for problems
- Remove any stains or deposits on your teeth
- Demonstrate proper cleaning techniques for your teeth or dentures
- Assess your need for fluoride or other preventative products
- Take dental X-rays or, if necessary, do other diagnostic procedures
MOST DENTAL INSURANCE PLANS COVER DENTAL EXAMS & CLEANINGS TWICE A YEAR!
Your hygienist will carefully clean, floss, polish, and apply fluoride to your teeth. Cleanings usually aren’t painful, but if you have any anxiety about your dental exam, be sure to let your hygienist know. During your exam, we will thoroughly examine your teeth and if there is a need, take X-rays to see what is happening beneath the surface of your teeth and gums. Our licensed, registered dental hygienist on staff has been trained in techniques to make cleaning as comfortable and painless as possible. Dr. Sayyah will then take the time to discuss any concerns and answer any questions.