Dental Hygiene &
Oral Exams in Thornhill
Dental Hygiene & Oral Exams Near You
What to Expect from an Oral Examination
Depending on how frequently you visit us for oral exams, we may take various types of dental x-rays. Our team will also conduct an oral cancer screening, check your teeth for signs of decay, and inspect your gums for signs of periodontal disease. At the end of your examination, we will provide you with at-home care instructions and, if interventions are necessary, provide you with treatment options.
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Dental Hygiene Appointments
Dental Hygiene Appointments in Thornhill
Maintaining healthy teeth at home is an important step in achieving and maintaining your oral health. However, visiting our dental hygienists for frequent dental hygiene appointments helps remove some of the materials that can build up on your teeth and under your gum line over time. Although each patient will have different needs, we recommend booking regular appointments with us every six months to maintain a clean, healthy mouth.
Keeping Your Teeth Shiny & Healthy
Plaque, tartar, and calculus are some of the substances that can build up on the teeth over time. When left on the teeth or under the gums, they can lead to tooth decay, gum disease, and additional dental problems. Our dental hygienists work to gently but thoroughly remove these substances from your teeth, leaving your enamel looking and feeling better by the time you leave our dental offices in Thornhill. We may use techniques such as scaling and polishing, using a variety of sterilized tools and instruments to make your teeth feel fresh and smooth.
Questions About Your Oral Hygiene Routine?
Sometimes, small changes to your at-home routine can make a big difference in your overall oral health. Our dental hygienists are knowledgeable about the various tools, products, and techniques you can use to keep your smile healthy between oral hygiene appointments. If you or a family member are experiencing increases in cavities, gum disease, or other oral health issues, ask our dental hygienists how you can change your at-home cleaning habits for better prevention.
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