Regular Dental Examinations and X-rays
It is recommended to have dental exams every six months in conjunction with X-rays for early detection and treatment of dental problems. A set of eighteen small X-rays or big panoramic view are most commonly used to detect dental problems. Women that are pregnant or think they may be pregnant should advise dental staff before having any X-rays taken. People with a history of radiation therapy should also advise the dental staff as it may cause harmful effects on the body and unborn child.
Dental decay typically results from poor hygiene. Decay limited to dentine (sensitive inner layer of the tooth) can be treated by removing decay and filling the space with metallic or nonmetallic or synthetic tooth colored restorative material. However, if the decay extends beyond the dentine into the pulp (chamber containing nerves and blood vessels) resulting in pulpal disintegration and necrosis can be treated by doing a root canal treatment.
Also called oral prophylaxis, is recommended every six months. Patients with lot of tartar build up typically require full mouth debridement and deep tissue scaling to remove tartar deposits from deep within the gums. We utilize several other aids that enhance healing capabilities of scaled areas that provide normal healthy tissue, easy to clean and maintain. See Periodontics for more information.
We offer Free consultations to help you take an informed decision about the kind of treatment you need. These consultations include complete evaluations, recommendations for treatment, information about alternative treatments, and comprehensive explanations regarding any treatment involved. The consultation is an opportunity to clear up any doubts about the treatments.
Modern dentistry presents an extensive range of treatment options for people searching to improve their smile. Most patients are not conscious about the different treatments and techniques available. Free consultations are a good opportunity to ask questions and see the possible results. you.
Walk-Ins & Emergencies Welcome
Quincy High Care Dentistry accepts new patients and emergency walk-ins on the same day basis. We understand that when you are in pain, your main concern is to get relief as soon as possible. That’s why we take pride in being able to provide you with dentistry when you need it most. Just give us a call and we will have you feeling better before you know it.