Routine Dental Treatments at Smiles Dental

On 30 Dec 2012    

At Smiles Dental we provide a full range of routine dental treatments at each of our 22 clinics throughout Ireland. To prevent dental problems in the future it is advisable to get your teeth checked regularly to avoid unnecessary pain. It is recommended that you visit your dentist for a routine dental check-up every six months which will ensure the health of your gums and teeth.

Looking after your teeth not only ensures you have a bright and white smile it also provides several key benefits such as preventing bad breath and gum disease, maintaining your own teeth for longer and helps detect dental problems early.

Routine dental treatments involve an exam and check-up in which the dentist will examine the teeth for signs of decay and any swelling or redness in the gums as well as the composition of the teeth. You may choose to also have a scale and polish which will remove the plague and tartar that builds up on the teeth over time. A regular scale and polish will ensure the surfaces of your teeth are clean so bacteria cannot stick to them.

A routine dental check-up will allow the dentist to examine your teeth to determine if further treatment is required. Signs of tooth decay may be detected which can easily be treated with a tooth filling. The key to preventing these problems is to tackle the issues head on which may save you having a tooth extraction or root canal in the future.

At Smiles Dental we provide a great range of routine dental services including exam and check-up, scale and polish, white fillings, silver fillings, simple extractions, surgical extractions, x-rays, implants, crowns, veneers, dentures and root canal treatments.

Remember if you remain vigilant and visit your dentist regularly, you can enjoy exceptional dental health and prevent the development of serious dental problems that can require costly treatment.

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