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Preventive Dentistry
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Proactive Dental Care

We focus on preventive care and education because we believe in empowering patients to take control of their dental health before issues arise

Hygiene Appointments
Fluoride Treatments
Periodontal Care

 Benefits of Preventive Care
at Fox Point Dental Studio

The best way to protect your teeth and gums from dental health issues is to keep up with proper hygiene habits. However, routine dental visits are also critical to maintain optimal health. During these appointments, we’ll address small issues before they become bigger problems and clean hard-to-reach areas that can’t be cleaned even with meticulous brushing and flossing.

Avoid Issues

Professional cleanings from a trained hygienist will remove bacteria and plaque from every surface of your teeth.

Strengthen Enamel

Fluoride treatments can strengthen enamel and keep your teeth cavity-free.

Keep Gums Healthy

Gum disease is a common issue, and our team will help you prevent this pervasive problem.

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"Dr. Charmoli demonstrates the highest caliber of professionalism and empathy for his patients, definitely had bad experiences with many dentists out there but I put my full trust in Dr. Charmoli!"

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fluoride Treatments

Cavities start with tooth decay, which are “soft spots” in your enamel. If decay is caught in its earliest stages, it can often be reversed with fluoride treatment. Fluoride is a naturally-occurring mineral that has the unique ability to “remineralize” and strengthen tooth enamel. During this treatment, one of our dentists will apply a highly-concentrated fluoride product onto your teeth and leave it in place for several minutes. This starts the remineralization process, restores softened enamel, and prevents cavities from forming.

Dental Sealants

This fast, non-invasive treatment is recommended for patients prone to cavities (typically pediatric patients). During the procedure, one of our dentists will apply a liquid dental resin to the chewing surfaces of your rear molars. The liquid will harden and form a durable barrier to prevent your teeth from directly contacting sugars, acid, and other harmful substances. Sealants can last up to 10 years, providing an extra layer of protection for teeth with a high risk of cavities.

Periodontal Care

More than half of American adults have some form of periodontal disease, though many aren’t aware that they suffer from this issue. Gum disease is often a result of poor oral hygiene, though genetics can also play a large role. This issue occurs when your gums become inflamed and infected after they are damaged by bacteria. At Fox Point Dental Studio, we offer preventive care to help you avoid this disease and we also offer treatment for those who suffer from the issue.

TMJ/TMD Treatment

TMJ/TMD is a dysfunction of the temporomandibular joint. This delicate joint is located just below your ear and is responsible for connecting your jaw to your skull. Though this joint is small, it enables you to do things like open your mouth, chew, and speak with ease. If it becomes inflamed, knocked out of position, or infected, TMJ/TMD can result. This disorder usually has a number of different symptoms, including pain radiating from the jaw joint, soreness of the jaw muscles, headaches, and difficulty opening the jaw. If these symptoms sound familiar, give us a call to schedule a consultation and get treatment right away.

Sleep Apnea Treatment

Sleep apnea is one of the most common sleep disorders in America, and many people do not even realize that they are suffering from this condition. It’s estimated that nearly 18 million people suffer from apnea and that about 80% of cases have not been professionally diagnosed. Since one of the most common symptoms of sleep apnea is heavy snoring, many people don’t seek treatment because they may not realize they snore or they believe that the issue isn’t serious. 
The condition occurs when the soft tissues of your palate and throat relax during sleep, which blocks your airway and prevents breathing. This can happen many times each night, leading to poor oxygen flow to the lungs and brain, as well as a number of uncomfortable, dangerous side effects. Our dentists can stream for sleep apnea and offer night guards to give you a comfortable, healthy sleep.

Preventative Dentistry Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I come to the dentist?

According to the American Dental Association, patients should visit the dentist every six months. This ensures that all surfaces of your teeth are cleaned and any harmful substances are removed from between your teeth and under your gums. Book an appointment today for preventive care to maintain a healthy, strong smile for years to come.

How can I tell if I have a cavity?

Cavities can often go undetected because the beginning stages of tooth decay are often difficult to notice. For this reason, preventive care is critical to address cavities before they become bigger, painful, more costly issues. Signs of larger cavities include toothaches, tooth sensitivity, and visible holes or pits in your teeth. If you notice any of these signs or if you would like to schedule a preventive appointment, give us a call today at (414) 236-5885

What are the signs of periodontal disease?

The earliest stage of gum disease, known as gingivitis, is characterized by inflamed gums that bleed when you brush or floss. Other signs of periodontal disease include a receding gum line or teeth that appear longer, bad breath that won’t go away, pain when chewing, and swollen gums. If you notice any of these symptoms, give us a call to discuss your options for treatment!