Preventative Dentistry in redmond
Common Problems That Preventive Dentistry Can Solve
Tooth decay and cavities can be completely eliminated with preventive care.
Regular cleanings reduce your risk of periodontal (gum) disease.
Six-month cleanings help remove surface stains on your teeth and keep your smile bright.
Keep Your Smile Healthy In Redmond
Preventive care is at the heart of everything we do at Redmond Art of Dentistry. Dr. Daniel Bickel is always looking for ways to improve the oral health of our patients, and uses the latest tools, techniques, and technology to reduce your risk of gum disease, cavities and more. Learn more about our services below, or contact us now for a six-month teeth cleaning and oral exam.
Teeth Cleanings, Oral Exams & X-Rays
Teeth cleanings and oral exams are essential, as they allow your dentist to track your oral health and identify potential problems that may need further treatment. First, you’ll get x-rays if they’re recommended by Dr. Bickel.
Then, one of our hygienists will scrape away plaque and tartar from your teeth, buff and polish them, then floss them to remove any remaining debris. Finally, Dr. Bickel will come and examine your mouth and x-rays to look for any potential signs of oral health problems. The entire process takes just 30-60 minutes, and gives you peace of mind!
The Benefits Of 6 Month Visits To The Dentist
First, you’ll reduce your risk of cavities and gum disease. Dr. Bickel can catch signs of gum disease and tooth decay early, and recommend steps you can take to prevent further damage to your smile. If we do notice a serious issue, you’ll be able to get care right away, which will prevent further complications and save you time and money.
Finally and most importantly, 6-month visits to the dentist give you peace of mind. You’ll know that your smile is healthy, and your teeth will look great after your appointment at Redmond Art of Dentistry.
Oral Cancer Screenings
We offer oral cancer screenings as part of every six month appointment at Redmond Art of Dentistry. Dr. Bickel will look for lesions, patches of discolored tissue, and other potential signs of cancer. If we do notice an issue that demands further attention, we can recommend the proper next steps to ensure you get the care you need right away.