Preventive dentistry is nothing but the practice of caring and maintaining your teeth to keep them healthy. Daily preventive practices can avoid cavities, gum diseases, enamel wear, and other dental conditions. There are many ways to perfect your dental health such as regular brushing and dental cleaning. The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends visiting a dentist at regular intervals for preventive checkups. During your hygiene visit, the dentist would ensure your teeth are clean, strong, and in good health.
Healthy oral habits can provide patients a healthy set of teeth. There are several tips to get this started with:
Daily brushing involves cleaning your teeth with fluoride toothpaste to prevent tooth decay giving healthy and durable enamel.
Brushing your teeth every day can give effective results as you combine the daily practice of flossing them. Although daily brushing is an excellent oral routine, there are places that the bristles of your toothbrush may not reach. Flossing helps remove plaque and food particles.
Ensuring your gums remain healthy and functioning is a necessity for good oral health. Gum disease is a dental condition that affects the gums of your mouth and can lead to potential health problems.
Quitting the habit of smoking or chewing tobacco can ensure good oral health Benefits of Preventive Dentistry
• Allows baby teeth to develop into strong and healthy adult teeth
• Prevents decay
• Fluoride treatment is excellent to ensure strong and durable teeth
• Prevents breakage, cracks, chips, excessive staining, plaque or bacterial accumulation.
We are thrilled to announce that North Avenue Advanced Dental Center has reopened.
Infection control has always been a top priority for North Avenue Advanced Dental Center and you may have noticed this during your previous visits to our office. Our infection control processes are made so that when you receive care, it is both safe and comfortable. During the closure we have further refined our infection control procedures to include the new recommendations due to the COVID-19 pandemic per the American Dental Association (ADA), the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA). We follow the recommendations of these agencies so that we are up-to-date on any new rulings or guidance that may be issued. We do this to ensure that our infection control procedures are current and adhere to each agencies’ recommendations.