G&G Dental Associates
7030 NW 57th Street, Tamarac, FL 33319
Do you want to sail through life’s stages with your gorgeous smile intact? With exceptional dental hygiene, a commitment to protecting your teeth from injury and help from a great family dentist, a lifetime of gorgeous smiles can be yours.
Unlike a specialist, a general dentist is trained to detect, treat and prevent a wide range of dental diseases that affect people. Many general dentists treat their patients throughout several decades, making them trusted allies in the fight to keep smiles bright.
In general family dentistry, the focus is on the long-term health of your teeth and gums. During office visits, your dentist will perform tests, repair damage and administer preventative treatments with this in mind. In addition to a careful examination of your teeth and a professional cleaning, your dental visits might involve fillings, crowns, enamel repair, emergency treatment, root canals, hygiene recommendations and more.
Our dentists aim to provide everything that you and your family need to keep your smiles healthy and attractive. Our range of available general dentistry services include the following.
Two general dental office visits each year is usually enough to maintain dental health in patients with no major dental problems. If you have existing dental disease or medical conditions that could affect your teeth and gums, you may need to see a dentist more often to ensure optimal dental health. Your dentist will provide personalized guidance.
The price of your office visit will depend on your insurance coverage and your specific dental treatment needs and preferences. If you’re worried about the cost of an upcoming visit, please call us to obtain more details and discuss treatment and payment options.
Making your appointment is easier than ever. Call our office to be matched with a great dental provider in your area and schedule your initial consultation.
If you’re just coming in for a routine checkup, your dentist general practice visit could take less than an hour. For extensive procedures such as root canals, multiple fillings or emergency treatment, visits can take much longer. Your dentist can provide details about scheduled visits and specific treatment times.
Your dental visit can go more smoothly if you arrive on time and bring all required documentation such as insurance information, dental records and identification. Be sure to supply a medical history and a list of your current medications. If you suffer from dental anxiety or a panic disorder, please let us know in advance so that we can better meet your needs.
When your teeth look and feel fine, you may be tempted to postpone or skip your dental appointments. Unfortunately, this can lead to dental disaster if gum disease or tooth decay silently takes hold of your smile. Because these conditions don’t produce symptoms in the earliest and most treatable stages, you may have developed serious dental disease by the time you notice a problem. If you continue to ignore the warning signs, you could lose your teeth. While it’s possible to restore lost teeth and make your smile look great again, it’s much less expensive and more practical to save your natural teeth by seeing your dentist regularly. Call us at (954) 246-4835 to schedule an appointment today so that we can help you preserve your beautiful smile.