Towncare Dental Associates of Homestead
925 NE 30th Terrace, Suite 118, Homestead, FL 33033
Do you value your healthy smile? Many dental problems don’t produce early symptoms, so if you want your beautiful smile to last for life, it’s important to find a great general or family dentist to manage your overall dental care.
Your general dentist is your primary dental care resource. He or she keeps your teeth and gums in great condition by managing and preventing conditions that affect your teeth and gums. Because general dentists are trained to manage overall dental health and not just specific aspects of it, they’re equipped to help you keep your smile throughout every stage of your life.
A general dentist uses a variety of methods to keep your teeth and gums in great shape. When you visit your dentist, you are likely to receive comprehensive exams, x-rays, fillings, crowns, professional cleanings and many other treatments to preserve your smile. Your dentist can also perform intensive procedures like root canals and provide guidance to help you tweak your home hygiene routine.
Each smile is unique, and our experienced dentists are equipped to keep them all looking and feeling great. The following list outlines our valuable general dentistry services.
Most people should see their dentists every six months for checkups and professional cleanings. If you are pregnant or have ongoing dental problems or medical conditions that could affect your dental health, you may need more frequent exams.
The total price of your visit will depend on the condition of your teeth, your dentist’s treatment recommendations and your insurance coverage. To obtain more information about a specific treatment cost or office fee, please contact us.
If you’ve been searching Google for a, “general dentist near me,” we have an easier option. Simply call our dental office during regular hours. We’ll help you find a skilled dentist in or near your area. Tell us when you’re available, and we’ll set up your appointment on a convenient date.
The length of your appointment depends on what your dentist needs to do to resolve your existing dental problems. Root canals and other complex procedures may take several hours. Most routine exams can be completed in one hour or less.
To help your visit go smoothly, arrive on time and bring your insurance information, your medical history and a complete list of current prescription and over-the-counter medications that you take. If you have problems with a dental phobia or panic attacks, let us know; we’ll do everything we can to make you feel more comfortable.
Unfortunately, skipping dental checkups can lead to simple dental problems progressing to advanced stages before you’re even aware of their existence. By the time you experience pain and other symptoms, expensive and invasive treatments may be required to save your teeth. In a worst case scenario, you could lose your natural teeth and be required to invest in costly restorations. Seeing your dentist is a much easier and more affordable option. To schedule your next checkup, call our office today.