The team at NeoSmile Dental Care would rather help our patients avoid cavities and broken teeth than simply fix them as they pop up. We take a more proactive approach, so our patients can enjoy optimal oral health over time and don’t have to get more involved (and expensive) procedures. With quick and easy checkups and cleanings, we can help make sure your entire household is filled with strong and healthy teeth you’ll all love to show off. To schedule you or your child’s next appointment, give us a call today.
If you want yourself and your children to enjoy problem-free smiles, then we recommend getting a checkup and cleaning at least once every six months. These visits give Dr. Farrell and Dr. Patel the chance to closely examine a patient’s teeth so they can catch and treat any decay or damage during its earliest stages. Plus, professional cleanings will remove stubborn plaque and tartar buildup that is the root cause of cavities and gum disease, stopping the most common dental issues before they even start.
When you wake up in the morning, do you usually have a headache or sore jaw to greet you? This could be the result of nocturnal teeth grinding, more officially known as “bruxism.” Left alone, it can easily wear down your teeth, causing them to look flat and dull, and eventually, they can crack and fracture. Breaking this habit is extremely difficult, but we can help a patient keep their smile protected with a nightguard. This is a customized mouthpiece worn to bed that prevents the teeth from coming together, ensuring someone’s smile stays happy and whole.
If you wander down your local store’s oral healthcare aisle, you’ll likely see that fluoride is added to almost every product. This mineral provides an effective and natural way to lower someone’s risk for cavities, and it’s especially helpful for children while their adult teeth are developing. During regular checkups, we can coat a patient’s teeth with a fluoride varnish that will quickly repair any minor damage that could turn into a cavity later, ensuring their smile stays healthy between appointments.
The joint that allows your lower jaw to move is called the temporomandibular joint, or TMJ. If you experience a stiff or painful jaw, chronic headaches or earaches, or persistent soreness in your neck or shoulders, it could be due to a TMJ disorder, or TMD. This can develop due to an injury, misaligned bite, or even arthritis in the joint. Fortunately, our team can provide conservative, noninvasive therapies and custom-made oral appliances that can deliver long-lasting relief while also improving jaw function.
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