Regular preventive care is essential to having a healthy smile for a lifetime. Good oral health is strongly tied to good overall health, and poor oral hygiene has been linked to serious health problems, including heart disease. Our Cary dentists understand the importance of high-quality preventive care, and provides patients of all ages with the dental services they need for a happy, healthy, beautiful smile.
Routine Exams & Cleanings
We recommend that patients visit Parkside Family Dental approximately every six months for an exam and cleaning, as well as any necessary dental X-rays. During your appointment, our Cary dentists will examine your teeth and gums for signs of damage or decay. Our hygienist will also thoroughly clean your teeth, so you’ll leave with a brilliant smile.
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In order to fight decay and make your teeth more resistant to acid and sugars in your mouth, we recommend regular fluoride treatments. Our Cary dental office offers these treatments for kid and adults alike during their biannual appointments.
We place protective dental sealants on molars and premolars to protect them from decay. Typically, sealants are placed on children’s teeth shortly after they erupt. Adults can also benefit from dental sealant treatments.
Nightguards & Mouthguards
If you find yourself waking up in the morning with a sore jaw or a headache, you might be grinding your teeth or clenching your jaw at night. Get some relief by visiting your dentist in Cary, NC, Dr. Nettey-Marbell. He can create a custom nightguard for you to wear that will deter you from grinding and help relieve your discomfort.
Teens — and even adults — who play contact sports put their teeth and jaw at risk of dental trauma. To avoid cracked, broken, or missing teeth caused by sports injuries, we recommend athletic mouthguards. Visit our Cary dental office today to learn more and get fitted for your custom mouthguard.
We can help you get a better night’s sleep with a nightguard. Call our Cary dentist for a consultation.