Dental checkup and thorough dental cleanings in Norwalk, CT can keep your teeth and gums healthy and catch early signs of problems before they get worse.
Our exams and cleanings are comprehensive, and we take a number of steps to identify any issues and help you maintain good oral health
Two oral exams and two professional teeth cleanings each year will ensure perfect oral health. This is the best way to avoid serious dental problems in the future. Regular dental care helps prevent inconvenient dental emergencies.
A dental checkup in Norwalk, CT that can take less than one hour could save you a lot of time and money.
Dental checkup gives us the opportunity to detect any dental problems early and many dental issues can be fixed very quickly and easily.
Preventing bad breath
Avoiding teeth loss
Maintaining overall wellbeing
Setting a good example for your children
Regular dental cleaning is one of the most important steps you can take to keep your teeth healthy and beautiful.
Good habits at home are essential and very important - including regular brushing and flossing to avoid plaque and an anti-cavity rinse, but professional cleaning is another necessary part of keeping your oral health. The only dentist can prevent serious teeth and gum problems by causing decay or disease.
Deep dental cleaning in Norwalk, CT offers for you extra protection from cavities, gingivitis, tartar buildup and periodontal diseases.
Benefits of X-Rays
Our dentists in Norwalk, CT are focused on making your dental experience as comfortable as possible.
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Advantages of Regular Dental Checkup
Dental X-rays are so important for diagnosing oral health problems that we can’t see just by looking in your mouth with the naked eye
X-Rays are very important for the detection of wisdom teeth development
Digital X-rays provide clearer dental photos and expose our patients to less radiation than traditional X-ray technology.