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Teeth Cleaning Chesapeake VA

Professional dental cleanings should be a regular part of your oral hygiene routine. The American Dental Association recommends that patients have their teeth professionally cleaned at least twice a year. Professional teeth cleanings offer deep, thorough cleaning of the teeth and gums helping to keep your smile fresh and healthy. Routine teeth cleaning will help prevent the development of tooth decay, tooth loss, and periodontal disease.

Teeth cleanings contribute to protecting the longevity of the teeth and gums. Maintaining your natural smile helps support a stable bite and prevents the need for more complex dental procedures.

At home, brushing and flossing at least twice a day can help keep your teeth clean in between professional cleanings. Our staff can help patients of all ages learn practical techniques for brushing and flossing for improved oral health.

Children’s Dentistry

Dr. Cappy Sinclair offers children’s dentistry services in his Chesapeake, VA area dentist office. Our patients love the convenience of only having to travel to one dentist office. As a family dentist, Dr. Sinclair can treat all members of your family in the same visit.

Our highly trained and experienced dental hygienists at Coastal Cosmetic Dentistry near Chesapeake, VA will perform a very thorough dental cleaning. Our hygienist will help you feel relaxed and calm before treatment and will answer any questions you may have. We allow time to talk about any concerns or anxiety you may be feeling.

Why are Dental Cleanings Important?

Routine examinations and teeth cleanings allow Dr. Cappy Sinclair to identify problems early and begin treatments before it gets worse. Dr. Sinclair will screen for tooth decay, periodontal disease, TMJ issues, and oral cancer at your dental cleaning in his Virginia Beach, VA office.

If issues are found during your dental cleanings, we can create a treatment plan to address your concerns and issues found in a timely manner. By doing this, we can prevent more serious dental issues from developing into costly treatments.