1950 Rockledge Boulevard, Suite 207, Rockledge, FL 32955
Like good oral hygiene, professional dental care is essential for maintaining a brilliant, healthy smile that’s fully functional and free from decay. Your general or family dentist plays a key role in your dental health by keeping your teeth and gums healthy throughout your life.
Your general dentist is a primary care provider who manages long-term dental health for both individual patients and families. General dentists don’t specialize in one particular area of dentistry, rather they diagnose and treat a wide variety of conditions that affect the teeth and gums. They can easily treat almost any dental symptom or condition that develops over time.
In general family dentistry, the focus is on long-term maintenance of dental health. To keep your teeth and gums in the best shape possible, your dentist will perform regular dental exams, clean your teeth, fill cavities, repair chips, treat injuries and infections, perform complex dental procedures, manage emergency situations, and help you optimize your home care routine.
Our experienced dentists know how to keep your smile looking great. The following list details our general dentistry services.
Most healthy patients should schedule an appointment at a general dental office twice per year and any time that symptoms or injuries occur. If you have chronic health problems or need extensive dental treatments, you may need to visit more often. Follow your dentist’s advice.
Standard appointment fees, the type of dental treatment you need, and your insurance co-payment can all affect the total cost of your appointment. Contact us directly for more specific information regarding your scheduled visit.
We can connect you with a skilled, experienced local dentist. Call us to schedule your appointment, and we’ll help you get started on a lifetime of excellent dental health.
A dentist general practice visit can last less than an hour if you’re just having a routine checkup. However, intensive treatments and tests can take much longer. If you’re not sure how long your appointment will last, give us a call for more details.
We want your visit with us to be pleasant and comfortable. Please be on time for your appointment and bring your insurance information, your medical history, and a list of all prescription and over-the-counter medications and supplements that you’re taking.
Without routine dental exams, you won’t know when tooth decay and gum disease start to develop. When detected at an early stage, most dental problems are easier and less expensive to treat. If you wait until you experience pain, swelling or other symptoms, treatment is more complex and costly, and in some cases, you may lose the affected teeth. To avoid paying for expensive restorations and adversely affecting your general health and self-confidence, see your dentist regularly. Call us to schedule your appointment today, and let our skilled dental professionals keep your smile healthy and pain-free.
Call our office at (321) 252-0825