Preventive Dentistry – Oklahoma City, OK

Clean Your Grin to Prevent Oral Problems

Dental patient looking at her smile in mirror after preventive dentistry

As you may know, teeth and gums don’t stay healthy on their own. They need proper dental care to avoid cavities, gum disease, or worse. Still, brushing and flossing at home isn’t enough for the job; you’ll also want preventive dentistry in Oklahoma City from our team at First Impressions Dentistry. We provide dental checkups and teeth cleanings that use an intraoral camera and digital X-rays. Plus, our dentists pride themselves on excellent customer service and attention to detail. Our treatments will keep your grin strong and vibrant for a lifetime, so call us today to schedule an appointment!

Why Choose First Impressions Dentistry for Preventive Dentistry?

  • Strong Focus on Customer Service
  • The Latest in Dental Technology
  • Multiple Financial Solutions Available

Dental Checkups & Teeth Cleanings

man smiling in dental chair during dental checkup

In truth, the American Dental Association recommends getting dental checkups and teeth cleanings every six months. During these visits, we’ll give you an oral exam and take X-rays of your mouth. Doing so ensures our team spots oral problems before things get serious. If we do find an issue, we’ll then let you know and develop a treatment plan that meets your needs. From there, our hygienists will polish and floss your teeth so they’re fresh and clean!

Oral Cancer Screening

Close up of dentist performing oral cancer screening on dental patient

Beyond standard dental conditions, our checkups also include screening you for oral cancer. The disease is incredibly deadly in its later stages. As such, our team will examine your mouth, throat, and lips for potential cancer symptoms. These signs can include red and white mouth patches, persistent oral sores, and similar traits. Should we discover anything worrisome, we’ll refer you to a specialist for additional testing. They’ll confirm whether you truly have oral cancer.

Fluoride Treatment

Blue toothpaste spilling out of tube into shape of tooth

As part of your dental checkup and cleaning, we may suggest you undergo fluoride treatment. This procedure applies large amounts of the mineral to your teeth. Done in-office, the dentist places the fluoride in the form of a solution, gel, or foam. As a result, your enamel will be strengthened and less likely to suffer cavities.

Dental Sealants

Close up of dental mirror inside of mouth

If your teeth are vulnerable to plaque or bacteria, we can apply dental sealants. These tooth-colored coatings create a barrier between your enamel and harmful substances. In particular, they’re applied in a thin layer and cured so that they will harden. Once that’s done, you or your child will be at far less risk of developing cavities and other dental problems. This fact especially applies to molars, which are the most vulnerable teeth.

Sleep Apnea Treatment

Clear oral appliance for sleep apnea treatment

You might be surprised to learn that sleep apnea harms your oral health. In fact, it can cause dry mouth – a condition that increases your risk of plaque, cavities, gum disease, and mouth sores. As such, our team is equipped to address it with effective sleep apnea treatment. This option relies on oral appliances and similar methods to get your breathing back on track. You can trust that you’ll sleep easier and with less risk to your mouth.