Pacific Plains Dental
Office of Dr. Ian Kuklenski

Undetectable Conditions the can Be Caught During Your Dental Appointment

Regular Dental Cleanings Belton MO

Waiting until you experience pain is not a good way to find out you if you have a dental condition. Because your teeth are protected by enamel, the hardest substance in your body, pain often does not occur until your dental condition is well advanced and your smile is at risk.

If you are looking for a Belton, MO dentist because you have some catching up to do where your oral health is concerned, Dr. Kuklenski is currently welcoming new patients at Pacific Plains Dental and can help you achieve your best smile possible.

Dental Decay

Dentists can often detect decay through a visual exam, but this is not always true, so dental x-rays assist with early diagnosis. When decay is left undetected, it can advance quickly, causing an infection in your nerve and requiring a root canal.

Cracked Teeth

A cracked tooth may not be easy to spot, but your dentist’s trained eye can look for such conditions. This is essential to maintaining your oral health because a cracked tooth can lead to tooth loss unless we protect it with a dental crown. Our goal is to avoid more serious dental conditions that arise when you miss your dental exams. We recommend dental exams at least twice yearly so that we can identify any problems that put your oral health at risk.

Gum Disease

Early gum disease may cause mild symptoms that can be overlooked. Our hygienist will measure your gums to determine their oral health.

Digital Dental X-Rays

Digital dental x-rays are high-resolution images that allow Dr. Deude to diagnose dental problems early, when they are easier to treat. When combined with regular dental cleanings and other preventive dentistry, such as fluoride treatments and dental sealants, you can enjoy a healthy smile!

Contact Belton, MO dentist, Dr. Deude to schedule your next dental appointment. We look forward to welcoming you!

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