PEDIATRIC ORAL HEALTH
The best way to ensure that your child does not get cavities or gingivitis is to instill proper oral habits early. Good oral hygiene routines should be established as early as infancy and continued throughout life; schedule and mainfltain regular recare appointments starting around your child’s first birthday. Our dentist will check for cavities and watch for craniofacial developmental issues, as well as help create a positive experience that may alleviate fear at future visits.
Determine if the water supply that serves your home is fluoridated. If not, discuss supplement options with your dental hygienist.
ADOLESCENT & ADULT ORAL HEALTH
The busy pace of today’s society often leaves little time for the proper daily oral health care routine needed to prevent cavities and periodontal (gum) disease. This is unfortunate since an estimated 75% of Americans suffer from some degree of periodontal disease which is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults. Maintain regular recare visits with Dr. Edward Passini or Dr. Nathaniel Hill to increase the chances of early detection of decay and periodontal disease and decrease the risk of tooth loss and costly future treatment.
Many adolescent and adult patients suffer from headaches and jaw pain due to a combination of poor craniofacial development, postural habits, and stress from the hustle and bustle of life. TMJ evaluation and treatment provided by Dr. Kyle Dalton may be all you need to alleviate these symptoms and increase the quality of life.
SENIOR ORAL HEALTH
Whether caring for natural teeth or dentures, seniors face a range of special oral concerns, including loss of dexterity due to arthritis, missing teeth, root decay, and periodontal disease. Perhaps you’re embarrassed by loose fitting dentures or are tired of dealing with gooey denture adhesives. If so, Central Dental’s Lifestyle Dentures may be just what you need.