One of the gold standards that the caring and professional staff of Lincoln Dental Associates live by is to help every patient we meet, preserve the health of their smile for a lifetime. And although we provide a number of restorative dental procedures to help those who want to reclaim the smile of their youth, we also pride ourselves in providing premier preventive dentistry in Lincoln.
Don’t just take our word about the importance of preventive dentistry – the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that both adults and children visit their Lincoln dentist at least once every six months. During this time, dental professionals will examine the health of your mouth, teeth, and gums to look for signs of early tooth decay, gum disease, and even oral cancer – all of which can be treated more effectively and economically when finding early.
Although dental sealants are commonly used in pediatric dentistry to protect children’s teeth from decay, the procedure is becoming more common in patients of all ages. Dental sealants not only help preserve the health of a patient’s smile by creating a barrier against tooth decay, but they also prevent the potential need for costlier dental treatments down the road such as dental fillings in Lincoln, NE, or tooth extractions. If you believe that you’re not providing the preventive care that your smile deserves, we invite you to call the dental care team at Lincoln Dental Associates to learn more about dental sealants and the role they can play in your long-term dental health.
If it’s been more than six months since your last dental exam or professional tooth cleaning, or if you’ve just moved to the area or have had a change in your dental insurance, you have time today to book an appointment at Lincoln Dental Associates to help preserve the health and vitality of your smile – not just for tomorrow, but for a lifetime of optimum oral health. We’re looking forward to meeting you!
We are here to give you the best of general and cosmetic dentistry in Lincoln. Also, we are proudly accepting new patients across the following areas: