When it comes to healthy teeth and gums, preventive care is really important. Oral health maintenance is vital in keeping teeth strong and functional. That’s why at Simply Teeth we offer numerous treatments to keep teeth healthy and prevent disease. Whether you come in for a simple check-up or a professional dental cleaning. You can relax knowing that you are in the capable hands of a highly-qualified dentist in Ilford.
Preventative dental care is better than cure
Your oral health is important to us. That’s why we believe that preventive dental care is the key to a healthier lifestyle, regardless of your age. We strongly encourage our patients to practice good oral hygiene at home. As well as to schedule regular check-ups and cleanings at least every six months. We also encourage our patients to bring their children into the dental practice for regular dental examinations.
Our preventive examinations are thorough. Your Ilford dentist will take the time to carefully check for gum disease or decay that may be developing. Treating gum disease at an early stage can be beneficial. It can save you from more invasive (and expensive) treatments in the long run.
During your consultation visit, we will perform a thorough oral examination. Evaluating the health of your teeth, gums and surrounding tissues in the mouth. Our dental cleanings are part of a comprehensive oral hygiene. It involves the removal of dental plaque from teeth with the intention of preventing tooth decay and gum disease.
By removing plaque before it hardens into tartar and infects your gum tissue. We can keep your teeth and gums healthy for longer. Finally, your dentist in Ilford will polish your teeth. This is to prevent plaque from re-attaching and give you a nice, bright smile.
Your role in preventing oral disease
At Simply Teeth, we look forward to helping you keep your smile healthy and beautiful. Our experienced dentists will guide you on right tools and techniques for you to use at home. So you can keep teeth and gums at optimal health. Effective brushing and flossing go a long way to removing dental plaque and bacteria. But visiting the dentist regularly for check-ups and cleanings is essential to your oral health.