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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need dental exams?

Regular dental exams help spot problems early. That’s why it’s important to see your dentist every six months or as recommended.

At a routine exam, your dental hygienist will start by cleaning the buildup from your teeth. The dentist will then do a full examination of the surfaces and the gum line.

Do I really need to floss?

Dental floss cleans tightly spaced teeth and removes the buildup of food and plaque, and if you don’t do it on a daily basis, plaque hardens into tartar. Over time, tartar wedges in between teeth and gums.

Does a rinse or mouthwash help?

Mouthwash can help freshen breath. It also helps protect tooth enamel from cavity-causing acids from food and drink. But mouthwash is no substitute for proper dental care — brushing and flossing for two minutes twice a day, at least.

What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are dental prosthesis that replaces missing teeth. Dental implants look and function like natural teeth, allowing you to eat the foods you love and preventing the remaining teeth from shifting and becoming damaged.

Tooth Sensitivity and Why Do I Have It?

Tooth sensitivity exists when tooth enamel is worn away, exposing soft dentin underneath. Dentin not only allows food particles to enter the innermost part of the tooth, but it also decreases the integrity of the tooth protection. When increased acidity or extreme temperature enters the mouth, pain is experienced.

What Age Should My Child First See a Dentist?

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry says the first visit should be booked when the first tooth appears – or at the latest, by the child’s first birthday. This gives your dentist enough time to detect potential problems that can affect your child’s overall.