Towncare Dental of Clermont
1645 East Highway 50, Suite 100, Clermont, FL 34711
Taking great care of your teeth and gums is one way to ensure a life of healthy smiles. However, you can’t do it alone. You may not notice signs of early gum disease and tooth decay. Your general or family dentist can detect these problems and correct them before they progress and threaten your dental health.
Your general dentist acts as your primary dental provider from childhood to old age. General family dentistry provides all of your basic dental care needs including diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases that affect your teeth and gums.
Your dentist manages your dental health by performing routine exams, x-rays and professional cleanings as needed. He or she also fills cavities, repairs damaged enamel, treats any injuries or dental diseases that occur, performs complex dental procedures and helps to guide your home care routine to ensure optimal health.
Our dentists provide a range of essential general dentistry services to make sure that everyone in the family has a healthy smile. Our professional services include the following.
Most patients should visit the dentist approximately twice per year. Some people may need to have exams more frequently, these include smokers, pregnant women, diabetics and people with weak immune systems or chronic dental problems.
The price of any dental appointment depends on your dental health and your insurance coverage. Your dentist may need to perform tests or treatments that cost more than the office visit fee. If you’re concerned about the cost of your visit, please contact us for more specific information.
Making your first appointment is easy. We’ll be happy to help you find a great local dentist to manage your family’s dental health needs. Just call our office during operating hours.
The length of a dentist general practice appointment depends on several factors including your patient status, your dental health needs and your personal treatment preferences. Brief, routine checkups could take as little as half an hour. If you need multiple fillings or a root canal, your visit will take longer. To determine how long a specific treatment will take, please contact us for more information.
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Tooth decay and gum disease can develop without any obvious symptoms. If you don’t see your dentist regularly, these conditions could become advanced before you know that anything is wrong. Once they have progressed, they become more difficult and expensive to treat. In extreme cases, you could even lose your teeth. Avoid pain, financial strain and embarrassment by visiting your dentist on a regular basis. Call us today to schedule your appointment.