Nederland Family Dental
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How Dental Cleanings Can Save Your Teeth

In the field of dentistry, preventive care is just as important as diagnostic care. Our goal at Nederland Family Dental is to prevent any dental problems that may occur before they even have the chance to start! The best and most consistent way we do this is through regular dental cleanings.

Unfortunately, many people tend to neglect or put off their dental cleanings. Some of our patients mistakenly believe that if they are not in pain or experiencing any symptoms, then they do not need to be seen by a dentist. Sadly, this statement could not be further from the truth. Frequent dental cleanings and professional exams are necessary for your dental health and could actually end up saving your teeth!

Catching Problems Early

Our Nederland, TX dentist, Dr. Gomez, believes that every single dental patient can benefit from dental cleanings. 

When you visit our dental office, and we professionally and thoroughly clean your teeth, we get a chance to look at your smile and see the big picture. Our experienced and trained dental staff can look for, notice, and diagnose any warning signs or potential problems. During dental cleanings, we commonly find issues like small cavities and gums that are in the early stages of periodontal disease. Because we discover these issues early on, we can treat them and stop them before they progress or get any worse. 

It is essential to understand that you can have problems with your oral health without having any visible symptoms. Just because you are not in pain or cannot see any problem areas with the naked eye does not necessarily mean you get a clean bill of health! Dental cleanings can truly save your teeth because 1) they help prevent the buildup of plaque and bacteria, 2) they help you stay regular on your oral hygiene care, and 3) they ensure that your teeth are examined several times a year by a team of dental professionals. 

We encourage any of our patients in need of a dental cleaning in Nederland, TX to call us today at (409) 727-6453. Protect your smile — don’t delay! 

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