Dental Checkups and Cleanings Mesquite

Keeping Smiles Healthy and Beautiful

When it comes to the care of your teeth and gums, prevention is paramount. And while brushing and flossing your teeth daily does wonders for your oral health, no dental hygiene regimen is complete without bi-yearly trips to the dentist. Without them, you’re vulnerable to tooth decay, cavities, and gum disease. That’s why our very own Dr. Rana enjoys using his extensive experience and clinical expertise to help each of his patients achieve healthy, strong, beautiful smiles. If you are overdue for your checkup and cleaning, don’t hesitate to contact our office to schedule yours!

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Why Choose TrueCare Dentistry For Dental Checkups and Cleanings?

  • Cavity Detection System Used
  • Intraoral Cameras That Allow You to See What We See
  • Children & Adults Are Welcome

What You Can Expect During Your Checkup and Cleaning

Your routine visit to our office is broken up into two parts: the dental exam and the professional cleaning. After Dr. Rana has asked you a few questions pertaining to your oral health, he will examine the condition of your teeth, gums, existing dental work, and surrounding oral structures. If needed, he will take X-rays to get a more detailed look at the hard-to-see areas of your mouth (like between your teeth). From there, he will discuss his findings and develop a personalized treatment plan if any restorative work is needed.

Then it is time for your professional cleaning with one of our fantastic hygienists. They will use powerful tools to remove stubborn plaque and caked-on tartar. To wrap up your appointment, they will polish your teeth to remove stubborn surface stains and make your pearly whites truly shine!

How Often Do You Need a Checkup?

To ensure your teeth and gums are in pristine condition, we typically recommend that patients come in every six months for an appointment. However, some patients may need to schedule more frequent visits, such as those who:

  • Are pregnant (since expecting mothers have a higher risk of developing gum disease)
  • Have a history of poor oral health
  • Use tobacco products
  • Are undergoing cancer treatment
  • Have certain health conditions, like heart disease or diabetes

Why These Visits Are Important

Since bacteria, plaque, and food particles can hide in the crevices of your mouth, your oral care routine is not complete without routine trips to the dentist. Not only can our team detect small concerns before they become large dental problems, but the special instruments at our office are the only tools that can effectively remove built-up plaque and tartar. Plus, we can share tips for improving your at-home routine, provide product recommendations, and answer any questions you have about your oral health!

From preventing decay to thoroughly cleaning the hard-to-reach areas of your mouth, routine dental checkups and cleanings are crucial for your teeth and gums. So, if you are overdue for your bi-yearly visit, don’t hesitate to contact our office today!