Your mouth is the gateway to your body and impacts both the health of your smile and your overall wellness. You use your jaw, and teeth to eat, speak, and share your smile with the world. Keeping your mouth healthy can protect you from systemic disease, boost your self-confidence, and allow you to enjoy a healthier lifestyle.
Dental concerns include a range of oral health issues. Claremont Dental Institute provides in-house comprehensive care for a full spectrum of dental health concerns. From routine dental cleanings and checkups to oral surgery, bone grafting and dental implants- we are your one-stop dental care center for your whole family’s oral health needs.
Pain, an unusual or metallic taste in your mouth, or any changes in the color or texture of your oral tissue could be a sign of a developing dental concern. We encourage patients to listen to their bodies. If you notice changes in your oral health, be sure to visit your dentist as soon as possible.
As with all medical concerns, early diagnosis is the key to effective treatment. What may seem like a minor cosmetic issue could develop into a more complex dental concern when left untreated.
Common Dental Concerns
Dental concerns are often related, one triggering secondary issues. Routine visits to the dentist can prevent this domino effect of dental concerns. Claremont Dental Instuite uses a biological dentistry approach that takes all aspects of oral health into consideration when addressing dental concerns.
Bleeding gums– bleeding gums are most commonly a sign of the spread of gum disease.
Crooked teeth– crooked teeth can increase the risk of tooth decay, TMJ, and dissatisfaction with the appearance of your smile.
Discolored teeth– discolored teeth may be a cosmetic issue, but whitening teeth can help you feel more confident in your smile.
Fear of the dentist– dental anxiety often prevents patients from visiting the dentist. We have solutions.
Missing teeth– missing teeth can impact all aspects of your health. We offer dental implants for restoring your natural smile.
Sleep apnea– sleep apnea can impact your oral, physical and mental health. Your dentist may have a solution.
Teeth grinding – bruxism can damage your teeth and hurt your jaw. Claremont Dental Institute offers appliance therapy.
Tongue tie– tongue tie can interfere with speech development. Laser therapy is a minimally invasive option for treating tongue tie.
Preventing Dental Concerns
Our team of dentists promotes a proactive approach to oral health. We help to educate our patients of all ages on the importance of routine oral hygiene and regular visits to the dentist office. Keeping your smile clean helps keep your smile healthy.
Six-month dental checkups allow your dentist to catch the signs of oral disease or dental concerns early, providing the opportunity to prevent further damage to your smile.
If you have questions about how to improve your brushing techniques, why flossing is important, or what you can do to improve your oral health, ask your Claremont dentist. Our dental care team can provide personalized recommendations on the right products and methods for improving your oral health.