Cosmetic Dental Associates brings together comfort and exceptional care for our patients’ dental cleanings and exams in San Antonio. Dr. Moore delivers the high-end atmosphere you’re accustomed to – because routine dental treatment doesn’t have to feel clinical to be done well. Your cleaning and exam will:
- Prevent smile-damaging problems like cavities and gum disease
- Screen you for early signs of oral cancer for a better chance of successful treatment
- Allow you to receive preventive care like fluoride treatments
- Help you maintain your healthiest, attractive smile
- Give you full confidence that your grin looks its best
For the best results, award-winning San Antonio dentist Dr. John A. Moore recommends visiting us at least twice a year for a cleaning and exam. Schedule your visit now by calling us at 210-951-4444.
We Get Your Teeth Sparkling Clean
Our dental hygienists may use ultrasonic instruments during your teeth cleaning. These instruments use vibration and water mist to loosen and remove debris. We also use finer hand instruments to remove smaller deposits and to smooth out your tooth surfaces. To make your teeth sparkle, we will polish them with paste that comes in a variety of appealing flavors like pina colada.
To reap the most benefits from a fluoride varnish or treatment, you can request that we apply it to your teeth immediately following your dental cleaning. Your teeth will be completely free of any plaque and will be able to better absorb the tooth-strengthening fluoride.
Receive a Thorough Dental Exam to Avoid Bigger Oral Health Issues
Dental exams are extremely important because they give Dr. Moore an opportunity to take a closer look at your mouth. Digital X-rays can reveal whether there are any oral health issues beyond what meets the eye. We’ll do an oral cancer screening using VELscope®, a World Health Organization–recognized, award-winning technology.
Of course, we will also look for cavities. A cavity in its early stages will only require a filling, while leaving one untreated for an extended period may need a root canal and a crown for repair. Regular checkups can also prevent gum disease or the progression of gum disease known as periodontitis.