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Your smile is meant to last throughout your life. It should be healthy, bright and pain-free, but few people are lucky enough to get through life without experiencing any dental problems. Common conditions like gum disease and cavities affect almost everyone. Fortunately, you have a great ally who can keep your smile on top: your general or family dentist.
The Essential Role of Your Family or General Dentist
Your general dentist is your primary resource for essential dental care. General dentists are trained to detect, treat and prevent almost any common dental problem that can develop in patients of any age.
How a General Dentist Gets the Job Done
General family dentistry deals with a wide variety of diseases, conditions and injuries that affect the teeth and gums. To manage them effectively, your dentist will perform some or all of the following tasks during your visits.
- Visual dental exams
- Placement of crowns and fillings
- Treatment of dental infection and injury
- Professional tooth-cleaning and polishing
- Guidance concerning home care
- Preventative care
- Advanced dental procedures, such as root canals and extractions
Our Comprehensive General Dentistry Services
Our dentists strive to provide exceptional care for patients of all ages, so we offer a full range of services to meet every dental need. Explore our detailed general dentistry services in the list below.
- Cleanings, Exams & X-Rays
- Composite Bonding
- Oral Cancer Screenings
- Renaissance Dentures & Partials
- Softline Dentures
- Tooth-Colored Fillings
How Often Should You See a Dental Professional?
If your teeth are healthy, you should visit your general dental office twice a year for routine exams and maintenance. However, if you have existing dental disease, certain medical conditions or personal habits that could affect your dental health, your dentist will probably want to see your more often. Follow your dentist’s advice for the best results.
How Much Will a Dentist General Practice Appointment Cost?
Your overall cost will depend on your dental health needs, your insurance co-payment and other factors. If you’re uncertain about the cost of an upcoming appointment, please call us to discuss the details.
Will I Be Able to Find a General Dentist Near Me?
Our experienced general dentists serve your area, and we’ll be happy to help you set up an appointment with a great dentist who can keep your smile looking fantastic. Call our office to get started.
How Much Time Should I Plan to Spend at a Dental Appointment?
The length of your visit will depend on your current dental treatment needs. A quick checkup can take from 30 minutes to an hour. Appointments involving advanced procedures may take much longer. To learn more about treatment times for specific procedures, please contact us directly.
Be Ready for Your Appointment
To be fully prepared for your visit, please have your insurance information and a list of your current medications on hand. Arrive at your scheduled appointment time or earlier to prevent delays. If you feel nervous or struggle with anxiety attacks at the dentist’s office, don’t be embarrassed. Let us know how you’re feeling so that we can help to make you more comfortable.
What Happens If You Don’t Ever See the Dentist?
Without professional dental care, your teeth and gums are at risk of developing common problems, such as gum disease and cavities. If these conditions go unchecked, you could eventually need expensive treatments to correct them. In severe cases, you might even lose your teeth. Don’t let your smile become a victim of neglect. Contact our office today to set up an appointment with one of our skilled general dentists.