Maintaining Health One Smile At A Time
At OP Dental Care, we strongly believe that prevention is key to maintaining a healthy smile. It allows us to catch the smaller issues before they become big problems.
Our complete family preventative dentistry services will get you and your little ones into a routine of dental health that will last a lifetime.
It is essential to see a dentist every six months to ensure your smile is in tip-top shape. Through regular hygiene visits and exams, Dr. Prokopets can diagnose and treat any oral health concerns before they become more serious (and more expensive). During your appointments, our gentle hygienists will remove plaque and tarter build-up, which can erode your enamel and weaken your teeth, and a comprehensive examination will be conducted, including a periodontal evaluation, x-rays, oral cancer screening, and fluoride treatment (optional). Each step of the way, we will take the time to explain everything, so you always know what’s going on with your smile. That’s what comprehensive, honest care is all about.
Even when you brush and floss every day, your back molars are still vulnerable to tooth decay. Dental sealants can protect your cavity-prone teeth, thus ensuring the longevity of your smile. Dental sealants are plastic coatings that OP Dental Care’s hygienists can apply to your teeth’s surfaces to prevent cavities. The sealants stop decay-causing germs and food from becoming trapped in the grooves and pits of your molars, leading to a healthier smile overall.
Losing teeth isn’t usually on the top of most people’s priority lists. However, a tooth extraction may be necessary to keep your smile healthy or prepare you for future procedures. Regardless of the reason for an extraction, OP Dental Care will ensure the procedure is comfortable, efficient, and pain-free. Whether you need your wisdom teeth removed or you are preparing for orthodontics or dental implants, you can trust that your tooth extraction will be expertly handled by our staff.
Are you prone to headaches or a sore jaw? If so, you might be grinding your teeth at night. Teeth grinding can damage the tooth enamel and can lead to TMJ issues. OP Dental Care offers custom, durable nightguards that are specially designed to fit snuggly around your teeth and thus protect them, allowing you to sleep peacefully.