Family Dentistry - Palatine & Inverness, IL

Family dentistry provides services related to the general maintenance of dental health and hygiene of different aged grouped people. A family dentist is a specialized wide variety of dental procedures and provides dental care to people of all ages. family dentists educate their patients to take care of their teeth and gums and encourage them to a regular check-up to monitor oral health. our family dentist dr. patel at hoffman estates helps the patients in a great way to avoid the build-up of plaque and to prevent serious oral health problems. our office serves all communities including hoffman estates, il, palatine, il and inverness, il and the surrounding areas.

Cosmetic Dentistry:

Oral health is of primary importance, while you may be satisfied that your gum disease is successfully treated or your cavity has been filled. But you may not be happy with your smile due to crooked, misaligned or stained teeth which may havoc your self-image. A family dentist offers treatment that improves the shape and color of your teeth and gives you a glittering smile.

Preventative dentistry:

Ideally, most of what a dentist does is preventative. Considering the long-term dental health of you and your family, family dentist educates on how to take care of your teeth and gums, which includes proper oral hygiene and good nutrition.

The two main cause of tooth loss is decay and gum disease. Preventing or dealing with these two problems can help you keep the teeth for a lifetime. Family dentist encourages you to have regular dental check-ups to prevent dental issues from growing into serious problems that often require extensive treatment.

Teeth and gum:

Plaque is a film that builds on your teeth and contains millions of bacteria. If the plaque is not removed with regular oral health activities such as brushing and flossing, it can eventually harden into tartar. Tarter formed on the gum line becomes more difficult to remove by brushing and flossing. Tarter causes swelling in gums and possibly bleed when you brush your teeth. This is called gingivitis. However, if it is left untreated gingivitis can advance into periodontitis. Gums begin to recede, pulling back from the teeth and in some case bone supporting the teeth is destroyed and can lead to tooth loss.

Visiting the dentist on regular basis helps in detecting the gum disease at an early stage. Getting an early diagnosis is very essential for a quick and easy recovery from any dental disorder.

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