Roseburg General Dentistry
Cleanings & Preventative Examinations
Scheduling regular oral checkups with our dentist at Lee Dental will help you maintain good oral health so you can preserve your natural teeth. Our experienced dental team strives to help you look and feel good by providing a full range of general dentistry services. When you come in for a checkup, we will thoroughly inspect and clean your mouth to take care of built-up plaque or deposits and to check for any irregularities.
Preventative Dental Treatments
We provide preventative services including teeth cleanings, oral examinations and x-rays, tooth extractions, and more. Your dental health matters to us and we want to ensure your dental needs are taken care of.
Preventative oral care lays the foundation for a lifetime of healthy oral hygiene habits and routines. By actively participating in preventative dentistry, you can significantly reduce the risk of developing serious dental problems like tooth decay and gum disease. Many individuals only seek dental care when they experience discomfort or notice visible issues with their teeth or gums. However, proactive and regular checkups, as recommended by Lee Dental, can help identify and address dental irregularities.
How Often Should You Be Going to the Dentist?
Keeping up with regular checkups is the best way to avoid serious dental problems such as tooth decay or gum disease. Many people come to the dentist only because something is wrong with their teeth or gums.
At Lee Dental, we recommend coming to the dentist every six months.
Our trained dental team will be able to spot early signs of any irregularities and take care of them before they become serious or, in some rare cases, even life-threatening. It is always in your best interest to participate in preventative care to avoid more costly, more invasive care.
Dental Experts You Can Trust
Routine cleanings are critical to both your oral and overall health. Fortunately, we have access to precise tools that can clean deep down around patient's teeth, eliminating both plaque and other harmful bacteria. If tartar is not properly eliminated on time the substance can harden and lead to oral inflammation and possible cavities and/or gum disease. By coming in to get examined, you are taking the first step towards creating your perfect smile.