Routine Preventative Care

Routine Preventative Care

Preventative Care In Bethel, CT, Ridgefield, CT Brookfield, CT & Surrounding Areas

At TLC Dental our dentist performs routine preventative care to ensure that you are receiving proper dental care. He performs the following routine preventative dentistry services:
  • Plaque Control
  • Teeth Cleanings
  • Fluoride Treatments
  • Antibacterial Therapy
  • Microscopic Cultures
  • Nutritional Counseling
  • Dental Sealants

We take the time to ensure that each patient has the proper routine general dentistry treatment at each and every visit. We have worked with dental patients throughout Newtown, CT, Bethel, CT, Brookfield, CT, Danbury, CT, Redding, CT and Ridgefield, CT.

Plaque Control
Plaque is a thin, sticky accumulation of bacteria from food and saliva that grows inside the mouth. This adheres to both the guns and the tongue. If left untreated through proper cleanings this can lead to gum disease. That’s why it is extremely important to have plaque removed from your teeth to help prevent gum disease and poor oral health.

Teeth Cleanings
When removing plaque, we are cleaning your teeth to ensure there are no further oral problems. Having regular teeth cleanings can help prevent tooth loss, cavities, brighten your smiles and many other factors that can help protect the health of your teeth.

Fluoride Treatments
Fluoride treatments directly follow your teeth cleaning to ensure that your teeth have extra protection. Fluoride helps protect your teeth from tooth decay and also helps reverse early tooth decay as well.

Antibacterial Therapy
Antibacterial therapy helps reduce infections in the mouth during dental procedures. 

Microscopic Cultures
This is necessary to prevent new dental disease. This is through the collection, activity level and analysis of disease causing bacteria. 

Nutritional Counseling

What you eat and drink is of the up most importance in terms of your oral health. Certain types of foods and drinks can create more problems in your mouth than you may realize.

Dental Sealants
Dental sealants help prevent tooth decay by bonding to the surface of the teeth. Generally, these sealants are used for the back of the teeth and go on as a thin, plastic coating.

Contact our dental office to schedule your routine preventative care today!
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