AN ONGOING COMMITMENT TO ORAL HEALTH
Your Choice for South Calgary Preventative Dentistry
We recommend regular Dental Hygiene and Preventative Dentistry Appointment s for Optimal Oral Health!
When you visit ADx Dental, for your South Calgary Preventative Dentistry appointment, our dental team will clean your teeth above and below the gum line. Cleaning above gum-line is called scaling and below the gum-line is called root planing. We use gentle dental tools to remove calcium deposits and calculus (tartar) from your teeth.
Preventative Dentistry is the most effective way to limit expenses on ongoing restorative treatments. The most common forms of preventive dentistry consist of daily brushing, flossing and dental cleanings. While maintaining a regular oral routine at-home is key, regular teeth cleaning and hygiene checkup visits are just as crucial. Our Dental Hygienist can remove dental plaque that is hard to reach as well as look for signs of periodontal disease that aren’t visible to the naked eye.
How Often Should I have Preventative Dentistry Appointment?
At ADx Dental, we provide visual information to help you better understand the state of your teeth. We believe that with a greater understanding of your oral health comes better oral hygiene habits, which ultimately help you maintain excellent dental health for a lifetime. The frequency of your visits to our South Calgary Dental Clinic depends on several factors such as whether your teeth are more susceptible to accumulations of plaque, or calculus (tartar).
Our Dental Team evaluates every patient on an individual basis to determine the preventative treatment plan that best meets their specific needs. Most patients typically require hygiene appointments every 6 months or so. However, some patients may need to visit us every 3 to 4 months, while other may only require an appointment every 9 to 12 months. Our dental hygienist will advise you on how often you should visit ADx Dental.
We recommend maintaining regular preventative treatment visits
for a lifetime of oral health and dental wellness.
We welcome all new patients to our practice,
call us to book your new patient consult today!
BrushingBrushing your teeth at least twice a day
is the most basic form of preventive
dentistry that helps keep your teeth healthy.
FlossingDaily flossing allows you to clean in-between
the teeth. For tips on how to floss properly,
ask us for a quick demonstration!
Professional CleaningsRegular dental cleanings are necessary
in order to clean certain hard-to-reach areas
in your mouth.