Cleveland Avenue Dental Clinic
Dental Health is a major problem in our county. Many families and individuals do
not realize the importance of a healthy oral environment. Our goal at Cleveland
Avenue Dental Center is to educate all patients on healthy teeth and gums before
its too late providing quality dental services, in a family setting to everyone
who comes in!
Our office welcomes families and individuals to our practice. We enjoy improving
oral health as well as our patients’ overall health. The Cleveland Avenue Dental
Center team offers quality dental services for all ages. Our services include:
It is important to have your dental team examine your teeth once every six months.
It is especially important for children to come in early to become familiar with
the dental office and procedures. Our office will educate you on how to properly
care for your teeth and your children’s teeth as well. The American Academy of Pediatric
Dentistry states that children should see a dentist when they get their first tooth
and not later than 1 year of age.
Plaque (the soft film over your teeth) can be removed by brushing and flossing daily.
It is important to visit your Hygienist every six months to remove tartar build-up
from your teeth. If tartar remains on your teeth, you may develop a condition known
as Periodontal Disease. Your Dentist or Hygienist will fully explain this disease
and how to keep it from developing.
Restoring Decayed Teeth
Preserving your natural teeth is our goal! Leaving teeth unrestored and decayed
will eventually cause loss of a tooth and other conditions such as infection in
your body. We want our patients to have a healthy smile! We offer tooth colored
and silver fillings, crowns and bridges; and root canals on front teeth.
Replacing Missing Teeth
Tooth loss effects your health by not enableing you to eat properly, speech and
possibly your self esteem. Our office offers dentures, partials and bridges. We
use quality materials from a respectable lab. Our goal is to make our patient completely
satisfyied with their replacement of missing teeth.
Remember to brush after each meal and floss daily! It only take 24 hours for the
bacteria from plaque to begin the process of making a cavity! Other bacteria will
cause gingivitis (gums bleed, become red and puffy). If gingivitis is left untreated,
you may develop periodontitis. Periodontitis is a condition in where the bacteria
has invaded the roots and bone that hold your teeth in place resulting in tooth
mobility and possibly loss of a tooth or many teeth!
Call our office today and schedule an appointment to begin a path to healthy mouth!
We currently accept Medicaid, Health Choice and Ameritas insurance. We also accept
private paying individuals. We look forward to seeing you soon!