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Check Up & Cleaning

Cleaning and Check Up – Keep your teeth and gums for life!

Our goal is to help you maintain your teeth and gums for life! Even if you take great care of your teeth, you still need regular check-ups and cleanings. It is the best way to save time and money in the dental chair.

At VIP Dentistry, we offer the Continuing Care Program to help you maintain a healthy smile for life. If you are overdue for your six month cleaning and check-up, call our office to be part of Continuing Care Program.

All of our patients that are under the Continuing Care Program will receive a periodic oral exam to prevent any cavities and periodontal disease from Dr. Han. We also offer digital X-rays along with con system, which has minimal radiation as part of this program. Our gentle and friendly hygienist will clean your teeth during a thorough, one-hour cleaning, we measure your gums to identify any gum disease, and polish your teeth for a bright and smooth smile. During your visit, our hygienist will go over instructions for ideal flossing and brush. It will help you to have good at home care until your next visit. Oral cancer screening and florid treatments are also offered as part of the Continuing Care Program in our office.

Once you join our continuing care program we will help you stay on top of preventive maintenance and keep you smile healthy. Helping you stay up to date with preventive dental will help you save money on big dental treatments in the future.

Cavities and periodontal diseases typically do not exhibit symptoms until serious damage has already been done. In fact, medical and dental research has now shown that unhealthy gums can lead to an increase risk of heart disease, heart attacks, strokes, cancer and pre-term low birth weight babies. Just recently they discovered a link between periodontal disease and respiratory diseases and prostatitis.

We know now that diabetics must take special care to avoid complications from periodontal disease. As the research continues to grow, more and more cardiologists and surgeons are requiring their patients to be free from periodontal disease prior to surgery.

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