Dental One Associates of Westminster
412 Malcolm Drive, Suite 100, Westminster, MD 21157
A general and family dentist makes it possible for you to maintain a bright, fresh, strong and healthy smile for life. Routine checkups help patients keep their teeth healthy and free of pain. When you take care of your teeth and gums at home with brushing and flossing and see a dental professional for regular exams and cleanings, you’ll be smiling for many years to come.
A general dentist is a dental professional who can perform most dental procedures rather than specializing in one specific area. They are concerned with the health of your teeth, gums and mouth.
General family dentistry has good oral hygiene at its core. Your dentist performs regular exams to look for signs of tooth decay and gum disease. Professional cleanings remove plaque and tartar buildup that can be hard to reach at home. If your teeth hurt or you have other issues, your dentist can assess your condition and treat the cause of your dental pain.
General dentistry assesses and treats the overall oral health of patients of all ages. From cleanings to complex treatments, our services are designed to keep you smiling in good dental health. Our general dentists cover the following services:
Most people should see a dentist every six months to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. However, that schedule can vary based on any health or dental conditions you may have. If you are a smoker or a diabetic, you may need to see the dentist more often.
We let our clients know the cost before their dental appointment. How much your visit will cost depends on the general dentistry services you need and a few other factors. Please contact us for your detailed price.
Making an appointment at our dentist general practice is easy. Just give us a call and let us know the days and times that work best for you.
Visiting our general dental office should be a pleasant experience. Showing up for your appointment early will give you time to fill out forms without feeling like you’re in a rush. Please bring your insurance information with you and a list of your medical conditions and medications. Then leave the rest up to us.
Brushing and flossing at home only go so far when it comes to preserving and protecting your teeth for life. At regular dental checkups, your teeth will be professionally cleaned, and any plaque buildup will be removed. If you don’t go for cleanings, plaque will flourish and attack your gums and teeth. The decay that results may require extensive treatments, like root canals or crowns. You can avoid that, and many other risks to your dental health, by visiting a dentist on a regular basis. Please call us to schedule an appointment today. You deserve a healthy, pain-free smile for life.