General Dentistry

You want a healthy smile?  Florence Dental Medicine can help you get it.  Regular dental care will earn you more than just a healthy smile.  Good oral health contributes to better overall systemic health, including a decreased risk for cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and osteoporosis.  We offers a full range of general dental treatments including cleanings, exams, fillings, x-rays, and fluoride treatments.implants

Proper dental care starts at home with regular brushing (at least twice a day, for at least 2 minutes) with a soft toothbrush and toothpaste that contains fluoride to remove plaque that causes cavities.  And donít forget to brush your tongue! Youíll remove bacteria and prevent bad breath.  You should also floss at least once a day to remove plaque and food particles from between your teeth to reduce the risk of tooth decay and gum disease.  Your mother always told you that sugary treats could rot your teeth, and she was right!  Regardless of your overall dental health, you should have a cleaning and thorough exam every six-months.  These regular visits help prevent cavities, gum disease, tooth decay, bad breath, and other common oral problems that can require costly treatment.

A dentist is the only person with the training and education necessary to diagnose and treat oral health problems.  If you canít remember the last time you saw the dentist, schedule your appointment today.  If youíre experiencing any dental problems, be sure to tell us about them when you schedule your appointment.  And keep us informed of any medications youíre taking as some medications can increase your risk of enamel softening, tooth decay and gum disease.A dentist is the only person with the training and education necessary to diagnose and treat oral health problems.  If you canít remember the last time you saw the dentist, schedule your appointment today.  If youíre experiencing any dental problems, be sure to tell us about them when you schedule your appointment.  And keep us informed of any medications youíre taking as some medications can increase your risk of enamel softening, tooth decay and gum disease.

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