Oral Health Care
Oral Health Care
Healthy teeth and gums are the foundation of a beautiful smile. At Parkview Dental, we offer a complete span of general dentistry and advanced oral health care services to prevent problems from developing, as well as to detect concerns that need treatment. For patients who are anxious about visiting the dentist, we offer relaxing sedation dentistry techniques that make it easier and more comfortable to undergo the dental treatment you need. It is our goal to help you achieve outstanding dental health and your best smile.
Learn more about the many dental services we offer for the whole family by exploring the topics below. For more information about a specific service, click the provided links or contact our practice to schedule an appointment.
We can provide several different levels of sedation to help keep you relaxed and comfortable throughout your dental treatment. We offer nitrous oxide gas and a variety of oral sedative medications to deliver the precise degree of relaxation you desire.
Periodontal Care and Gum Recession
Periodontal gum disease can be a serious threat to your dental health and the appearance of your smile. Plaque buildup and bacteria along the gumline can lead to gum inflammation, infection, gum recession, and eventually periodontal disease. Timely diagnosis and periodontal treatment can help control infection and restore health to the gums.
Check Ups And Cleanings
Thorough dental examinations and cleanings are important at every stage of life. Regular checkups are fundamental to maintaining good oral health and preventing the development of serious dental complications. We recommend cleanings every six months and encourage good daily dental hygiene between visits to keep your teeth and gums healthy.
Oral Cancer Screenings
Early detection of oral cancer can improve the chances of successful treatment. For this reason, we incorporate oral cancer screenings into your examinations to regularly check for potentially harmful irregularities in the soft tissue of the mouth.
Any significant changes in the color and/or texture of soft oral tissues can indicate the development of problematic infections, growths, and even cancer. During your oral examination, Dr. Vasani looks for any signs of disease or abnormality in the mouth that may require diagnosis and treatment.
Pre and Post Cancer Treatment
Before undergoing any type of radiation or chemotherapy, it is imperative that you receive a comprehensive dental examination to detect any disease that may be present. Any infection must be thoroughly treated to prevent serious complications. Specialized dental care may also be necessary after undergoing cancer treatment to address unique oral health complications that might result from radiation.