The new school year is about the begin, which means kids, college students, and educators will be heading back to school. We know that once the school year begins, finding time to see the dentist can often be difficult. Instead of postponing your visit until winter break, why not see us for a back to school visit and start your year with a healthier smile!
Before classes begin, you should undergo a routine checkup and cleaning. The checkup allows us to examine your smile for signs of common problems, catching them in the early stages and treating them before they threaten the health and stability of your smile. We can watch for tooth decay, gum disease, TMJ disorder, and bruxism. We can also perform an oral cancer screening, which adults need at least once a year.
A cleaning removes the plaque buildup that brushing and flossing alone cannot. Without removal, plaque would weaken tooth enamel and inflame gum tissue, increasing the risk of tooth decay and gum disease. The procedure takes only a short amount of time and will also help improve the freshness of your breath and the remove minor teeth stains.
If you’re interested in attending your classes with a stunning smile, then why not talk to our team about cosmetic dentistry? We can offer professional teeth whitening, dental bonding, Invisalign® and porcelain veneers to brighten teeth, close gaps between teeth, address issues with the shape of your teeth, and correct misalignment. We will assess the cause of your esthetic concerns and recommend the right treatment options, creating a personalized treatment plan designed for your smile alone. If you have any questions or if you’re ready for a back to school visit, then contact our team today.
Make an Appointment Today!
At Brighton Family Dental Group, we can help your family maintain healthy and beautiful smiles. You can schedule an appointment or consultation with Dr. Villani or Dr. Kondrat by reaching out to our office at (617) 562-5210. We are proud to offer a range of dental services to patients from Brighton, Watertown, Cambridge, Brookline, Newton, and all neighboring communities.