Most people would agree that it’s a good idea to schedule regular visits to the dentist to keep your mouth healthy and your teeth looking great. These routine visits are essential to catching and treating small problems before they worsen. Our Indianapolis dental cleanings and exams can also help you:Keep Your Smile Healthy Read Transcript
Hey, here at Isaacs Family Dental, regular exams and cleanings help prevent bigger problems down the road. By keeping your oral health at optimum level through those services, you're able to help prevent problems such as inflammatory diseases of the heart. And it helps prevent bigger dental restorative problems, it helps prevent small cavities become bigger cavities, which leads to more treatment. So the routine cleaning and exams are a vital part of staying on top and optimizing your dental health.
- Feel confident that your smile is attractive
- Avoid more extensive, costly dental work down the road
- Keep your teeth clean and white
- Prevent painful and expensive dental emergencies
If it’s time for your next checkup, give Isaacs Family Dental a call today at 317-298-3384 to schedule an appointment. Be sure to ask about our dental membership plan that will save you money on your dental care!
Routine Checkups Play a Big Role in Your Oral Health
Just like you need to go to the doctor regularly for a physical, you need to visit your dentist twice a year for a checkup. During these regular visits, Dr. Isaacs and your dental hygienist will look for problems and treat them before they have the chance to cause big smile damage. We’ll even use electronic cavity detectors to check for signs of early tooth decay that are invisible to the naked eye.
You’ll get a complete dental exam as well. We’ll pay close attention to all the nooks and crannies in your mouth you might miss when brushing and flossing at home. Then we’ll thoroughly clean and polish all your teeth, making sure we don’t overlook any hard-to-reach areas.
If we notice any oral problems, we’ll let you know and recommend treatment accordingly. These services could include fluoride treatments and varnishes or dental sealants, all designed to help prevent tooth decay from taking hold in your mouth.
Bring Your Little One to See Us at Age 2 or 3
Our team recommends you schedule your child’s first dental visit at age 2 or 3. We’ll treat them to a “happy visit” to get them used to the idea of coming to the dentist. We’ll perform a quick examination of their mouth and advise you and them on good oral hygiene habits. During this appointment, feel free to ask any questions you want, and we’ll be glad to answer them.