Oral Hygiene & Preventive Services
Visiting your dental hygienist at Cloverdale Crossing Dental Group in Surrey for regular cleanings is an important part of your long term oral health.
Cleaning & Appointments
At Cloverdale Crossing Dental Group in Surrey, our dental hygienists are dedicated to caring for the oral health of our Surrey patients, through routine cleanings.
For optimum oral health, you should visit your hygienist once every six months, or as prescribed by your dentist, depending on your needs.
Taking care of your oral health at home is also very important for maintaining a healthy smile. Our dental hygienists will give you careful instructions on how to brush and floss properly and will make sure you're aware of all the tools you can use to keep your mouth clean.
During your hygiene appointment, our team will also perform diagnostic services. These include things like oral examinations, x-rays and even oral cancer screenings.
Working with You
After your Surrey dentist reviews the results of the above fully understands your oral health needs, he or she will develop a customized treatment plan, just for you.
At Cloverdale Crossing Dental Group, we always put our patients needs first. We'll listen to your concerns, and work with you to create an oral health plan that works for you.
At Cloverdale Crossing Dental Group, we know how important oral disease prevention is. With routine check ups and regular cleanings with your dental hygienist, we can work with you to prevent oral health issues before they arrise.
Gum Disease & Your Health
What is gum disease?
Gum disease (also known as periodontal disease) is one of the most common diseases among Canadians. Despite your very best efforts in maintaining your oral health, gum disease may still occur.
Depending the severity of your gum disease, you may require gum therapy treatment.
What are the symptoms of gum disease?
You may not even be aware that you have gum disease, since sometimes, there are no symptoms at all.
However, some of the noticeable symptoms of gum disease include the following:
- Sore gums
- Swollen gums
- Red or purple gums
- Receding gums
- Bleeding gums
- Persistent bad breath
The best way to determine whether or not you have gum disease is to visit your dentist. Your dentist will be able to examine your mouth and create a plan for you.
If your periodontitis is advanced, we refer Surrey patients to the Periodontists at Proactice Periodontics in Burnaby for specialized treatment and management of periodontal (gum) disease.
Book an appointment today with our dental team for an oral examination and teeth cleaning.
We are committed to helping you and your family maintain good oral health.