Dental Cleanings And Exams

Preventative Dentistry

These types of procedures help ensure your oral health remains optimal and your smile beautiful, and we consider them elite at Clear Lake Dental Care. Tooth decay is second to the common cold as the most widespread disease in the United States. It affects mostly children and teenagers, but adults are also susceptible. If not treated, tooth decay can lead to pain, missing teeth, and more serious conditions. Ignoring decay can also mean expensive and complicated dental work in the future. Tooth decay prevention is a must and basic step for an overall dental hygiene regimen.

How Often Should You Get Cleanings?

The American Dental Association recommends having a professional cleaning and exam every six months. This isn’t an arbitrary time frame — that’s about how long it takes for plaque to harden into tartar and begin to build up in areas. If this is left untreated, this tartar and plaque will start to push under the gum-line, and that’s the beginning of gum disease.

But if we see you every six months at Clear Lake, we can remove any tartar that has built up. We also thoroughly clean the teeth and provide an abrasive that polishes some of the staining off. Now your teeth and gums are clean and healthy. During a routine visit,  Dr. Das will also take any necessary X-rays and check your mouth for cavities and other problems.

Beyond our professional cleaning, Dr. Das, Dr. Pham, and Dr. Acevedo examine your overall oral health. They’re looking for signs of oral cancer and gum disease. They’re looking for any gum recession. They’re testing any existing cavities, bridges, or crowns to verify they are still functioning and intact.

FAQ's About Dental Cleanings & Exams

Webster, TX dentist Dr. Das focuses on prevention in the battle against tooth decay. Because every mouth is different and cavity risk varies from person to person, Dr. Das recommends a personalized preventive regimen. Besides practicing excellent oral hygiene at home and seeing your dentist for cleanings and checkups, additional decay prevention may be needed if you have a high risk of developing cavities. Here are some common questions that are asked.

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Our staff does an amazing job at working with our patients because they will treat you the way that you want to be treated. Not only is our staff kind, but they are also extremely experienced and know what they are doing when they are on the job! Our job is to make you feel comfortable and feel right at home in our office!

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