Quality comprehensive dental care is the foundation of good overall dental health. At Beauty and the Teeth Dental, Dr. Tadros offers comprehensive dental care through routine dental exams to check in on your oral health. By scheduling regular comprehensive dental exams in Fort Lauderdale, you are prioritizing not just your dental health but your overall health.
Comprehensive dental care refers to the routine dental exam that you have with your dentist, typically every six months to a year. Through comprehensive dental care, Dr. Tadros can monitor your teeth, gums, and overall mouth for signs of dental disease or tooth decay and help you maintain good health. Your comprehensive dental appointment is also your chance to ask any questions you might have and to have your teeth professionally cleaned.
Excellent care provided by warm, welcoming, kind hearted team of professionals. This was my first ever visit to a dentist’s office and I was made to feel completely at ease by Dr. Tardos and her staff. I don’t think many places could take something as uncomfortable as a teeth cleaning and make it a rather fun and pleasant experience. Thank you!
During your comprehensive dental exam, a hygienist will thoroughly clean your teeth, and Dr. Tadros will examine the teeth, gums, and soft tissues of the mouth to check for any disease or decay. This ensures that you are in good oral health. During the appointment, Dr. Tadros or your hygienist can also answer questions you might have about your everyday oral hygiene and educate you on how to best preserve the health of your teeth and gums.
Your comprehensive dental exam will include the following:
- A dental health evaluation to review your dental history, concerns, diet, medications, or other relevant information
- An assessment and examination of your overall dental health
- A cavity check
- Examination of your bite and jaw health
- Explanations of proper oral hygiene as necessary
- Examination of any restorations such as crowns, dental bridges, or veneers
- Dental x-rays as necessary
- Oral cancer screening
Comprehensive dental care is the best way for patients to prevent serious dental health concerns and prevent advanced diseases. Most dental health issues are either preventable or treated more easily when they can be diagnosed early. In addition, many complications with your overall health have symptoms that are clearly identified in the mouth. Dentists like Dr. Tadros can identify signs of diseases that affect the whole body, including symptoms of diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, cancers such as leukemia or pancreatic cancer, or a higher risk of heart attack. For these reasons, comprehensive dental care is important not just for your oral health, but your overall health.
Are brackets cemented or bonded to a tooth?
Brackets are bonded to a tooth.
Can bonding be done on crowns?
Long term, bondings can not be placed on crowns. Porcelain does not bond to filling material successfully long ter,m.
Can you eat with bonded teeth?
Yes, if bondings are done properly they will be functional as well as esthetic.
Can you remove bonding from Teeth?
Yes, bondings can be polished off and removed by a dental professional.
How do you clean teeth bonding?
Bondings are cleaned in the same manner tooth structure is cleaned (with brushing and flossing). It is best to avoid toothpaste that is too abrasive so not to decrease the polish of the bonding.
Can you whiten bonded teeth?
Bondings, just like crowns, can not be whitened. Whitening products are for natural tooth structure.
Does baking soda whiten bonded teeth?
Baking soda does not whiten bonded teeth. It could potentially remove superficial stains due to the abrasiveness of the toothpaste but that can also abrade the bonding itself.
Does tooth bonding look natural?
If done properly, tooth bondings can look undetectable and natural.
Does whitening remove stains?
Professional teeth whitening is an effective way to remove stains from the teeth. Depending on the severity of your stains, you may require in-office treatments to fully remove them and achieve white teeth.
How can I get rid of yellow teeth?
Professional teeth whitening through either in-office whitening services or professional-quality at-home solutions can help those with yellow teeth. At-home products from a dentist include custom trays and whitening gel that can be used daily as directed by your dentist to get rid of yellow teeth.
How can I whiten my teeth quickly?
Dr. Tadros offers a teeth whitening package intended to whiten teeth quickly through a single office visit. The Shine Bright Tonight package includes an in-office procedure which whitens teeth an average of 3-4 shades for quick results, and you can continue to improve upon your results with at-home treatments.
How do dentist whiten teeth?
Most professional teeth whitening treatments involve applying carbamide peroxide to the teeth. For in-office treatments, Dr. Tadros uses a ZOOM! Light to create results quickly.
How do you whiten stubborn yellow teeth?
Professional teeth whitening can whiten even the most stubborn of yellow teeth. Through in-office or at-home treatments, your dentist can change the color of your teeth chemically.
Is there a difference between teeth whitening and teeth bleaching?
Bleaching is a form of teeth whitening; not all methods of teeth whitening are considered bleaching.
What is the best whitener for your teeth?
The most effective method of whitening teeth is a professional treatment offered by a dentist. For most patients, in-office treatments are best.
What to expect after teeth whitening?
After teeth whitening, you may have some teeth or gum sensitivity. Sensitivity relief gel is provided to maintain your comfort.
How long does it take to whiten teeth?
The time it takes to reach final teeth whitening results depends on the treatment package you choose. The best results are seen after three to four in-office treatment sessions.
How do I keep my teeth white after whitening?
After whitening, it’s important to maintain proper oral hygiene habits to maintain your white teeth. Avoid food and drink that can stain your teeth and consider using a whitening toothpaste or antiseptic mouthwash.
Can you eat with Invisalign on?
During Invisalign treatment, you will remove your aligners when you eat or drink. This keeps the aligners clean and makes it easier to eat without limiting the foods you can choose.
Do you wear Invisalign when you sleep?
You should wear your Invisalign aligners while you sleep. Aligners should be worn at least 22 hours per day.
Can you brush your Invisalign with toothpaste?
You can clean your Invisalign aligners with a gentle formula of all-purpose toothpaste and a soft-bristled toothbrush.
Does Invisalign cause headaches?
Headaches are a common side effect when you first start with Invisalign treatment. They may also occur when you switch to a new aligner during the course of your treatment. Most headaches as a result of Invisalign are minor.
Does Invisalign whiten teeth?
You can whiten your teeth while undergoing Invisalign treatment, but the aligners themselves do not whiten teeth.
Does Invisalign work on older people?
Invisalign is suitable for both teens and adults.
What are the advantages of Invisalign?
Some advantages of Invisalign include reduced discomfort, simpler hygiene, discreet appearance, and effective straightening of the teeth for improved oral health.
Which is better braces or Invisalign?
When choosing between braces and Invisalign, there are many factors to consider including the severity of your misalignment. Invisalign has many advantages over braces including easier brushing and flossing, invisible aligners instead of noticeable brackets and wires, and reduced discomfort. A dentist or orthodontist can determine whether you are suited to Invisalign treatment during a consultation appointment.
Does Invisalign increase risk cavities?
Invisalign treatment should not increase your risk of cavities. In fact, keeping up with your oral hygiene routine with Invisalign is simple, as you can take your aligners out to brush or floss. Dr. Tadros will give you instructions regarding caring for your aligners to prevent cavities or other complications.