Preventive dentistry can help you avoid dental issues and protect your oral health. The practice of Fedele C. Vero, DDS and Alexei Bondarev, DDS, in Scarsdale, New York, offers the highest level of care to help prevent complications before they develop. To make sure your smile stays healthy, call the office to schedule your appointment or use the online booking tool today.
Dr. Vero’s office focuses on education, teaching you how to maintain daily oral health care practices, along with offering dental procedures to keep your teeth and gums healthy.
Preventive dentistry includes your involvement in your oral health care, in addition to seeing your provider for regular, routine checkups.
Your provider’s preventive care services help prevent issues before they can develop. It can reduce your risk of dental problems such as:
When you protect your oral health, you can avoid issues ranging from mild to severe.
Treating dental issues in the early stages can save your teeth and gums from more serious problems in the future, including losing a tooth.
The different treatments of preventive dentistry can:
When you don’t take care of your oral health, you can develop health problems, such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and respiratory disease.
Preventive dentistry offers several services to keep your teeth and gums healthy, including:
Comprehensive preventive care covers all areas of your oral health.
Dr. Vero’s office encourages you to keep routine practices at home to care for your oral health. These include:
You should brush your teeth at least twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste. Don’t forget to also brush your tongue to remove additional bacteria from your mouth, and remember to replace your toothbrush at least three or four times a year.
Flossing at least one time a day helps remove food particles and debris, helping you avoid the development of bacteria, plaque buildup, and tartar.
What you eat can have an impact on your oral health. Limiting your sugar intake, decreasing your carbohydrates, and drinking at least eight glasses of water a day can help protect your teeth and gums. You can also supplement your diet with vitamins.
To book an appointment with the office of Fedele C. Vero, DDS and Alexei Bondarev, DDS, call or use the online tool today.