Preventive Dental Care

Studies have proven that, besides brushing and flossing, having your teeth professionally cleaned on a regular basis is the best way to prevent gingivitis and periodontal disease. The old saying “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is especially true when it comes to your oral health.

Regular dental cleanings

A white smile, smooth teeth, fresh breath...who DOESN’T want that! Regular dental cleanings can do all that and more.

Scaling/Root Planing

If it’s been a while since your last cleaning, your gums bleed when you floss or you notice a foul odor coming from your mouth, you may need a little more time with our hygienist. Scaling and Root planing is just a deeper, longer cleaning for patients that may have neglected their mouth for some time. Don’t worry, a scaling and root planing can get you back on track. After this “deep cleaning” is done, most patients go back to regular cleanings. Think of it as pressure washing a very dirty deck that hasn't been cleaned in a while.


Sealants are protective coatings that “seal” grooves in children’s teeth. This helps to prevent decay that may form in these grooves.


Teeth yellowing or darkening over time? Bleaching may be a solution for your. Ask our staff about the options available to you. Life is too short to live with ugly teeth.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Long will my cleaning take?

It depends on how long since your last cleaning. Regular cleanings will take 30 minutes. Scalings and Root plainings will take an hour or more.