Preventive Dentistry – Conroe, TX
Keeping SmilesOn Track
Our main goal at Conroe Advanced Dentistry is to not just fix dental problems, but help our patients avoid them in the first place. Brushing and flossing at home helps tremendously with this, but so does coming to see us twice a year for preventive dentistry. With these brief and productive visits, we can stop cavities, gum disease, and tooth loss way before they affect your smile and oral health. To schedule an appointment, give us a call today for preventive dentistry in Conroe, TX.
Why Choose Conroe Advanced Dentistry for Preventive Dentistry?
- Friendly & Experienced Dental Team
- We’ve Served Conroe for Nearly 40 Years
- 100% Personalized Care for Each Patient
& Teeth Cleanings
A checkup and cleaning not only gives one of our hygienists a chance to remove all cavity-causing plaque and tartar from the hard-to-reach areas of your mouth, but your dentist will also examine your teeth, gums, jaw, and bite to look for the early signs of problems. This way, should they spot something, it can be taken care of immediately, often before you notice that anything might be wrong.
Nightguards for Bruxism (Teeth Grinding)
Millions of Americans unconsciously grind their teeth while they sleep…does this include you? Do you wake up with a sore jaw, or are your teeth flat, worn, and sensitive? If so, wearing a nightguard to bed can solve all of these problems. It’s a custom-made mouthguard that prevents the teeth from touching while you sleep, ensuring your smile stays in one piece while you get the rest you need.
Fluoride is nature’s gift to your smile! You’ll find it added to most oral healthcare products and public water sources because it’s proven to make the teeth more resistant to cavities. As part of your cleaning, we can coat your teeth with a fluoride paste that will give you a big boost of cavity protection that will help your smile stay healthy until your next preventive appointment. It can also reduce sensitivity as well!
Oral Cancer Screenings
Like all types of cancer, the best way to handle oral cancer is to find it early and treat it quickly. That’s why we will always give you a brief screening during your checkups. If we find any sores, lumps, or discolored patches of tissue, we can organize for you to get a diagnosis right away. With this approach, if treatment is needed, it can be started immediately, maximizing the likelihood of a full and fast recovery.