Efficient preventive care is key to having a healthy smile. Consistent checkups will allow our team to diagnose oral cancer, gum disease, and tooth decay before they spread and become a problem.
The dental examination is critical to your ongoing oral health. At Jade Bay Dental, the dentist checks for things that can affect your oral and your overall health. The dental exam can catch problems early, before you see or feel them, when they are much easier and less expensive to treat... MORE
Digital x-rays use up to 90% reduction in radiation compared to film-based X-ray procedures used in the past. Digital x-rays take only seconds to appear on the computer screen and we can magnify the picture to show you, the patient, exactly what we are seeing. < MORE
Oral cancer screening is an examination performed by the dentist to look for signs of cancer or precancerous conditions in your mouth.
The goal of oral cancer screening is to detect mouth cancer or precancerous lesions that may lead to mouth cancer at an early stage — when cancer or lesions are easiest to remove and most likely to be cured. < MORE
Teeth cleanings removes the buildup of plaque and tartar and are an essential part of keeping your mouth, and the rest of your body, disease-free. < MORE
Scaling is a type of dental cleaning that reaches below the gumline to remove plaque buildup, bacterial toxins and tartar deposits from your teeth and root surfaces. Root planing reaches deeper to address the surface of the tooth’s root. Smooth root surfaces keep bacteria, plaque and tartar from re-adhering underneath the gum line, allowing your gums to heal and reattach themselves more firmly. < MORE
Grinding your teeth (often while you sleep), is a condition known as bruxism. It wears down teeth, and without protection can destroy tooth enamel and can chip or crack teeth. The nightguard or mouthguard is an oral appliance that the patient wears during sleep so that it can absorb all the grinding and clenching force. <MORE
Dental sealant is a thin, plastic coating painted on the chewing surfaces of teeth, usually the back teeth (the premolars and molars) to prevent tooth decay. The sealant quickly bonds into the depressions and grooves of the teeth, forming a protective shield over the enamel of each tooth. <MORE