At Dental Health, we offer dental health services to patients of all ages and all stages of life, including infants, children, teens, adults, pregnant women, and seniors. Our board-certified Dental Health team provides a wide range of general, restorative, cosmetic, and pediatric dental procedures for Brattleboro, VT patients. During dental examinations, our Dental Health team will evaluate your teeth, gums, and jaw to detect any issues, explain treatment options, and recommend ways to prevent future problems from occurring. Our team also recommends that all patients receive a biannual dental cleaning to help maintain their overall dental health. Contact our office in Brattleboro, VT to learn more about dentistry for children and adults or to schedule an appointment for yourself and your family.
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The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that infants should visit the dentist before their first birthday. Infants can develop cavities and tooth decay as soon as the age of two so it is important for them to receive the necessary treatment and preventive options. From there, you and every member of your family should schedule appointments at Dental Health every six months. Any individual, no matter what the age, should visit our office if they are experiencing any pain, discomfort, or abnormalities in their teeth, gums, or jaw. If the problem is caught early, there can be less invasive treatment options available that are often more successful.
What to Expect
A regular dental appointment for kids and adults will consist of a dental exam and cleaning. Additional treatments will only be recommended if necessary. Prior to any treatment, the Dental Health team will talk to you about the options and methods recommended for you or your child to address problems, such as cavities, misaligned teeth, and more. We may also suggest preventive procedures, like fluoride treatments and dental sealants, for younger patients with developing teeth.
At the end of every dental visit, our Dental Health team will help you come up with an individual care plan to improve your family's dental health. One of the most important elements is having a proper at-home oral hygiene routine, which includes regular brushing, flossing, and mouthwash use. A Dental Health team member can demonstrate proper brushing and flossing techniques or recommend products for specific concerns. Regular visits to our facility can also help the Dental Health team monitor your family's oral health and catch small concerns before they become painful problems.
While most general dental services are typically covered by insurance, we will make sure to check with your insurance company before billing you for any additional costs. Our family dental practice accepts many forms of payment, and we can help you find low-interest medical financing to make your treatment more affordable.
Family Dental Care
At any age or stage of life, it's important to protect your smile and take preventive measures against oral diseases. We make visits to the dentist enjoyable at Dental Heath so your whole family can have beautiful, healthy smiles now and in the future. To learn more about family dentistry or to schedule a consultation with the Dental Health team, contact our office in Brattleboro, VT.