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Routine Exams & Cleanings

Prevent tooth decay and keep your oral hygiene in top-notch shape with our personal approach to dental care.

Clean Teeth + Healthy Gums = Happy YOU

Regular dental checkups are a must for good oral hygiene.

When tartar and plaque are left untreated, tooth decay forms. Routine dental visits allow us to spot and treat dental problems early on, ultimately preventing bigger—and more costly—issues further down the road.

At Third Street Dental, we love seeing new and repeat patients for routine exams.

Why Dental Exams?

  • Keep Teeth and Gums Healthy
  • Remove Staining from Teeth
  • Screen for Gum Disease
  • Keep Breath Fresh
  • Detect Oral Cancer Early
  • Assess Overall Health
  • Prevent Dental Problems
  • Assess TMJ Concerns

What to Expect During a Routine Exam

Our dental cleanings are anything but routine! We’re thorough yet gentle, and we always listen to your concerns with compassion.

  • Dental Cleaning

    We’ll remove plaque and tartar, keeping your teeth and gums healthy.

  • Digital X-Rays

    Digital X-rays use less radiation than traditional X-rays and allow us to spot tooth decay early.

  • Dental Exam

    Our friendly dentists, Dr. Mulholland or Dr. Doyle, will examine your mouth for any oral health issues, including periodontal disease, tooth decay, and oral cancer.

  • Treatment Plan (If Necessary)

    We’ll listen to you so we can develop a treatment plan that takes into account your goals and budget.

Dental Cleaning & Exams FAQs

It’s not uncommon to have questions about a treatment. Here are the top questions asked by patients at Third Street Dental.

How Often Should I See a Dentist?

We recommend you come in for an appointment every 6 months. That gives us the opportunity to clean your teeth, examine your mouth for early signs of cancer, and treat tooth decay before it worsens.

Why Are Regular Exams So Important?

The earlier we can spot issues, the easier they are to treat. Oral cancer, in particular, has a much better outcome with early treatment.

What If I’m Afraid to Visit the Dentist?

Please make an appointment–we are here to help you.

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Regular dental checkups are key to good oral hygiene. Book your appointment today to experience our safe and gentle approach to dental care.

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