Routine dental care is extremely important to help support your overall health. Many people put off routine dental cleanings because, let’s face it: life is busy, and Oregonians are busier than ever. Between taking care of our families and working, it’s challenging to be proactive about our dental care. Unfortunately, putting off routine teeth cleanings can have dire consequences, and not just for our oral health. Missing a cavity can have severe health implications as well.
While most individuals know that brushing and flossing daily is essential to healthy teeth and gums, many people only visit the dentist when there is a severe issue such as tooth pain or tooth loss. In other words, it’s tempting to be reactive instead of proactive.
You’ll have a more beautiful, brighter, and healthier smile when you have regular professional teeth cleanings and exams. Avoiding regular cleanings and exams can impact your overall health and wellness.
Here are some things that can occur if you don’t schedule regular professional teeth cleaning.
You may be surprised that you will quickly be in and out of your dentist’s office when you go for professional teeth cleaning. Here is what you can expect from the team at Distinctive Dentistry in Eugene, Oregon.
Are you interested in learning more about dental plaque removal? Dr. Robert Gemmell and the team at Distinctive Dentistry in Eugene, Oregon, are here to answer your questions about our teeth cleaning procedures. Call us at (541) 255-1287 today for more information. You can also contact us online.
Dr. Ty Jaros
Dr. Robert Gemmell
Distinctive Dentistry has provided personalized dental care and healthy smiles for over 25 years in Eugene, OR, and the surrounding areas.
Dr. Ty Jaros received his BS from Seattle University and his DDS from the University of Washington. He is a current member of the American Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, and Oregon Dental Association. Dr Jaros is also a SureSmile Aligners Certified Provider.
Dr. Robert Gemmell received his DMD from Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland. He is a current member of the Academy of General Dentistry, the Oregon Dental Association, and the American Dental Association.