Dental Cleanings and Exams Keep Your Teeth & Gums Healthy
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  • Keep your smile attractive with laser cavity detection

Your Oral Health Benefits From Dental Cleanings & Exams in Laurens

Everyone wants a beautiful smile, but beauty only goes so far. You need healthy teeth and gums, too. Dental cleanings and exams in Laurens prevent oral health issues from harming your most attractive asset. With the help of our experienced team, you will:

  • Catch problems in the early stages for easier treatments
  • Enjoy peace of mind about your dental health
  • Gain confidence about your smile’s condition
  • Get to know the root cause of underlying oral health issues
  • Practice better at-home oral hygiene habits

Call 864-477-4364 for an appointment. Join our Membership Club if you don’t have insurance! It covers preventive services like exams and cleanings and gives you discounts on other treatments.

Invest in Your Smile With Regular Cleanings & Exams

Stats Image About 1 out of 4 adults has untreated decay. Source.
At Confident Smiles of Laurens, we want your smile to last a lifetime. That’s why you need to visit us regularly for cleanings and exams. We offer thorough treatment, delivered in a judgment-free way, no matter the condition of your mouth. We’ve also invested in modern technology and cutting-edge techniques to improve your experience.

If it’s your first appointment with us, here is what you can expect:

  • Dental Exam – Your dentist will do a complete exam. We’ll use technology such as DIAGNOdent to spot decay in the early stages and perform a periodontal evaluation. We will also take digital X-rays, 3-D scans, and a panoramic X-ray. These images give us clear pictures of the inside of your mouth. We’ll also discuss your oral health history and listen to your concerns.
  • Dental Cleaning – We’ll thoroughly clean your teeth. In most cases, this happens at the same time as your first appointment. However, if your dentist spots gum disease, you may need to return at another time for a deep cleaning procedure.
  • Preventive Treatments – Depending on what we find, you may need a fluoride varnish or dental sealant. Fluoride varnishes strengthen your tooth enamel and help prevent cavities. Dental sealants are applied to the chewing surfaces of your teeth to stop decay.

If you require additional treatment, your dentist will discuss what’s needed to restore your smile. We’ll take time to explain what’s involved in the procedure and how to improve your personal at-home dental care routines. We want you to leave our office with a strong level of awareness about your dental health.

Call 864-477-4364 for dental cleanings and exams in Laurens and the Upstate. You can also ​​schedule online.

Common Questions About Dental Cleanings & Exams

How long does a dental exam and cleaning take?

Most of the time, a routine dental cleaning and exam will take about an hour. We’ll give you a thorough dental exam, then our hygienist will clean and polish your teeth to get them as white and clean as possible. We may also take a set of X-rays to look for any underlying problems. If we see any areas that need attention, we may recommend additional treatments to keep your smile healthy and attractive.

Why should I get a dental exam if I’m not in pain?

If you wait until you are in pain, you already have a serious problem. On top of that, not all dental concerns cause pain. By getting regular exams, you get the benefit of having dental professionals look at your mouth. We can identify potential issues or catch them in the early stages. That allows us to fix them before you may need expensive and invasive treatments.

Are dental cleanings and exams necessary?

According to the American Dental Association, you should brush your teeth at least twice and floss once every day. While this is essential for keeping your mouth clean and healthy, only a professional has the instruments and training to remove plaque buildup from your teeth and spot gum disease in its earliest stage. This is why you should visit your dentist for cleanings and exams about every six months.

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