At Smile Fitness Dental Center, we know that prevention and quality dental care are the best ways to keep your dental costs to a minimum and avoid dental emergencies. We believe in the power of prevention to deliver long term dental health and a great smile. That is why we offer a comprehensive range of general dentistry services.
Through the personalized care you’ll find at our office, you can enjoy better oral health and improved overall well being. We take that approach with children as well as adults. Our dentists love treating children and helping them enjoy improved care through dental sealants and fluoride treatments. Both are designed to keep teeth healthy and strong. Dental sealants help children prevent cavities by physically shielding teeth, while fluoride supplements work by attracting important minerals that help teeth where they’re weakest.
With the Lifetime of Smiles program, kids and families can more easily maintain lasting oral health. This program gives patients from the ages of 4 to 16 special discounts on their services.
The best way to help you and your family maintain healthy smiles that are problem free is with regular checkups. We recommend coming to our dental office twice a year so that our team can thoroughly assess your oral health and recommend any treatment needs you may have. Tooth decay and gum disease are the most common oral health conditions our patients will face. Gum disease has been connected to health problems in other parts of the body. Through regular visits, we can help you and your family enjoy better oral health that also improves your overall well being.
A regular checkup can also help prevent the damage of teeth grinding (bruxism), an underdiagnosed condition with serious side effects. Bruxism causes uncomfortable symptoms like headaches, earaches and pain in the neck, shoulders and back. It also puts patients at a greater risk of developing TMJ dysfunction. At Smile Fitness Dental Center, your general dentist can help prevent the damage of bruxism with custom made appliances.
No matter what condition you may be facing, our team cares about you and we work hard to provide a positive experience and a Lifetime of Smiles!
The buildup of acidic plaque on the surfaces of teeth eats away at the enamel, which leads to decay. One great way to protect teeth from this corrosive substance is to apply sealants. This clear coating seals out potentially damaging plaque and fills in deep pits in teeth that are difficult to clean. With one application, teeth are protected for years.
Periodontal disease is commonly referred to as gum disease. This oral health condition affects millions of adults and can be detrimental to oral and overall health if left untreated. We screen for warning signs of gum disease during your dental checkups. If you notice bleeding gums, swollen or inflamed soft tissue or teeth that suddenly feel loose, let us know!
We are happy to provide dental care for your whole family at Smile Fitness Dental Center. We know how busy you and your loved ones are. That’s why we do everything we can to make caring for your smile convenient and stress free. This includes scheduling a block of appointments in order to provide dental care for the whole family on the same day.
We are happy to offer comprehensive dental services to patients of all ages. That includes helping kids learn to love caring for their smiles. We offer a variety of children’s dental services, but the most important aspect of treating young patients is helping them feel at ease in our office.
Did you know that one person dies every hour from oral cancer in the United States? While many of our patients believe they are not at risk for the disease unless they use tobacco products, the sad truth is that 25% of patients diagnosed each year never touch a cigarette. That’s why the caring dentists and team members at Smile Fitness Dental Center include screenings for oral cancer as part of every six month dental checkup. The good news is that the Oral Cancer Foundation’s research supports these frequent screenings. In fact, they named early diagnosis as the best way to decrease oral cancer related deaths. Don’t hesitate to let us know if you have any health concerns you think may be related to oral cancer.