Dental Care FAQS

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some
frequently asked questions.

It’s recommended that you bring your child for a routine checkup and cleaning after the eruption of their first tooth or by the age of one. The earlier you start bringing your child to the dentist the better, as the dentist will be able to detect any problems before they fully develop.
We recommend a standard cleaning service and checkup every six months. However, if you’re experiencing severe tooth pain or are bleeding from your mouth, schedule an emergency dental appointment.

If you suffer from severe dental anxiety or are undergoing a painful procedure, sedation dentistry can help you feel more at ease. We provide you with the option to be sedated through nitrous oxide (laughing gas) or an oral sedative (our recommendation).

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Toothbrushes aren’t meant to last forever. Since your toothbrush is the first line of defense against the bacteria that causes gum disease and tooth decay, it’s best to get a new one every three to four months. If you use an electric toothbrush, consult the manufacturer’s guide as you may not need to replace the tooth head as frequently.
While completely cutting out sugar is an impossible ask, try to limit consuming foods with significant amounts of sugar. Always remember to brush and floss your teeth twice a day using a toothpaste that contains fluoride and schedule your routine checkups every six months.
Visiting the dentist regularly will not only help keep your teeth and mouth healthy, but it also helps keep the rest of your body healthy. Dental care is crucial in preventing tooth decay and protecting against periodontal disease to strengthen your smile.

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