At Reich Dental Center - Tucker, we pride ourselves on treating every member of the family.
Even with a proper oral hygiene regimen, the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that everyone visit a dentist every six months. At Reich Dental Center - Tucker, we pride ourselves on providing every member of the family with top-notch dental care. Our preventive, restorative, and cosmetic treatments can help you, and your loved ones maintain healthy, beautiful smiles for years to come.
During a professional cleaning, our dental hygienist uses an ultrasonic scaler to eliminate plaque and tartar deposits from the surfaces of your teeth. Professional dental cleanings are an integral part of preventing the two most common oral health problems, tooth decay, and gum disease.
Routine checkup exams allow us to catch potential problems in their earliest stages before they develop into severe complications. Your comprehensive examination may also include the use of advanced diagnostic technology, such as digital x-rays, an oral scanner, or CBCT images.
During an oral cancer screening, Our doctor will check your gums, tongue, throat, neck, nasal cavity, and other soft tissues for any cancerous or precancerous abnormalities. It is important to note that oral cancer screenings are largely precautionary, not diagnostic. Ultimately, your screening is designed to give you peace of mind!
The ADA suggests scheduling your child's first appointment by their first birthday, or the eruption of their first primary tooth, whichever comes first. Staying on top of your child's oral health care needs can lead to a lifetime of healthy and beautiful teeth.
Dental sealants are a preventive measure usually reserved for children and teenagers. During a minor and non-invasive procedure, the sealants are placed on the occlusal (biting) plain of the molars and premolars, sealing off the enamel from bacteria and food debris, while creating a more even brushing surface.
Gum, or periodontal disease, is the leading cause of tooth loss for Americans over the age of 35. Luckily, preventing gum disease is as easy as implementing a good oral hygiene routine and professional periodontal care, sometimes referred to as deep cleaning.
Periodontal maintenance is a minimally invasive, non-surgical treatment to stop the progression of gum disease and help your gums to heal. This treatment involves a deep cleaning of your teeth using scaling and root planing. These procedures clean your teeth above and below the gum line, eliminating all build up to alleviate irritation.
We may suggest a custom-fit mouthguard if we discover evidence of bruxism, or teeth grinding, during your routine exam. A mouthguard serves as a protective barrier between your upper and lower teeth, helping you avoid premature enamel wear.
Accidents happen, but taking the necessary steps can help minimize any damage caused by facial trauma. If you play sports or participate in high-risk physical activities, a custom-fit mouthguard can help protect your teeth and gums from injury. A custom-fit sportsguard is also more comfortable and effective than store-bought alternatives.
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If you would like to learn more about our family dental services, our team is here to help! Call (678) 534-1010 to schedule an appointment for you or your child today!