Suncoast Dental Center Offers an Array of Services to Help Maintain Your Glowing Smile
When you are searching for quality dental health care for your entire family, this is where your dentist at Suncoast Dental Center comes in. A general dentist is available as the primary dental care provider for patients of all ages, which is crucial to your total health. Your dentist takes responsibility for the diagnosis, treatment and overall coordination of services to meet your oral health needs.
When visiting us, if you need a specialized dental procedure performed, we will work with other dentists to make sure you get the care you need and deserve in order to continue to smile for a lifetime. Making up the majority of the 143,000 dentists that are currently practicing in the United States and Canada, general dentists sometimes become partners or associates with other dentists in a group practice, while others own their own practice.
The dentists in our practice are highly educated and trained on all dental procedures. Instead of just specializing in one phase of dentistry, we can provide an array of different dental services for you and your entire family, including:
- Cosmetic procedures
- Crowns and bridges
- Dental implants
- Gum disease treatment
- Home care instructions
- Restorative care
- Root canal therapy
- Teeth cleanings
Regular cleanings and checkups
At your regular dental visit, we will check your teeth for tooth decay. We will also evaluate the health of your gums, perform a head and neck examination and examine your mouth for any indications of oral cancer, diabetes or vitamin deficiencies. Don’t be alarmed if your dentist also examines your face, bite, saliva and movement of your lower jaw joints. Our dental hygienist will then clean your teeth and stress the importance of you maintaining good oral hygiene at home between visits.
During the cleaning portion of your exam, our hygienist will complete the following:
- Checking the cleanliness of your teeth and gums
- Removing any plaque and tartar
- Polishing your teeth
- Flossing between your teeth
- Reviewing recommended brushing and flossing techniques
It is important to visit your dentist every six months so that you can properly maintain the health of your smile. Remember, by visiting your dentist twice a year and following daily oral hygiene practices at home, you are more likely to keep your teeth and gums healthy for a lifetime.