Preventative Dentistry

In our office, we believe in preventative dentistry! Consistent dental care that detects dental problems early is the best way to maintain a healthy smile. We recommend seeing your dentist every six months to properly care for your smile. There are several simple treatments we can recommend during a regular check-up that are affordable and can go a long way in strengthening and protecting your teeth. If you need a dentist in Tannersville, PA, we invite you to call our office today! 

Dental Hygiene

At-home oral care plays a big role in a healthy smile! Brushing and flossing daily is recommended, in addition to regular dental check-ups. By consistently caring for your smile, you can avoid dental emergencies and other dental issues down the road. Professional dental cleanings can also remove plaque and tartar buildup, saving your smile from unnecessary decay or infection. 

Cleaning & Exams 

Dental check-ups include an exam, cleaning and x-rays whenever necessary. Your hygienist will perform a thorough cleaning to remove any plaque and tartar buildup. Your dentist will then examine your teeth and gums, answer any questions you may have and inform you of any dental concerns. By scheduling visits every six months, your smile can stay on the right track!


Dental sealants are a simple, quick treatment that can preserve your teeth and protect them from bacteria and decay. Dental sealants cover the hard-to-reach teeth in the back of your mouth by coating them with a clear plastic layer that adheres to the teeth and stays for years! These sealants prevent bacteria, food, and sugars from attacking the enamel. Sealants are good for patients of all ages and can be applied during a regular dental check-up.

Fluoride Treatment

To strengthen your smile, fluoride treatments can be quickly and easily applied to your teeth. Depending on the condition of your teeth, your dentist may recommend fluoride treatments during your regular dental check-up. Fluoride helps strengthen your tooth enamel and can help protect your smile. 

Oral Cancer Screenings

At routine check-ups, your dentist will perform an oral cancer screening. When caught early, oral cancer is easier to treat. Oral cancer screenings are quick and painless. Your dentist will inform you if there are ever any concerns during a screening.

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