Get your Cavities and Fillings Temecula at Rancho Dental. Dr. Perry is very experienced with this line of Dentistry Cavities and Fillings Temecula Cavities are from eating too much sugar, not brushing and flossing properly, or simply bad genetics. Before you get a cavity however, wouldn’t it be wonderful to prevent a cavity before it happens? Cleanings are one of the ways you can prevent Cavities and Fillings Temecula.

Dr. Perry and his staff of registered Dental Hygienist’s will come up with a personalized plan to help our patients keep their teeth for a lifetime. This personalized plan is dependent upon the health of the gums and bone (periodontal health).

Prophylaxis: A cleaning for someone whose gums and bone levels are in good shape

Root Planing: Deeper cleanings, often performed with anesthesia. This is performed on patients with compromised periodontal health (gum disease).

Recare Visits: Again, depending on the amount of periodontal disease (gum disease) present, a personal interval is determined. This interval can be every two, three, four, or six months.

Adjunctive Periodontal Procedures:

  • Systemic Antibiotics: sometimes a strong dose of certain antibiotics can help turn the tide against gum disease
  • Local Antibiotics: Local Antibiotics: A special time released antibiotic called Arestin can be placed in problem areas to help control gum disease

Something else that Dr. Perry recommends you take care to do is a comprehensive exam.

Comprehensive Exam: Dr. Perry determines what x-rays are appropriate, then reviews the digital films. He then does a thorough exam, evaluating the following:

  • Gums and Bone Support
  • Teeth: decay, structurally compromised restorations, dental abscesses
  • Oral Cancer Exam
  • Bite and Wear Analysis
  • Esthetic Evaluation

By taking advantage of such provisions from Rancho Dental, you may very likely prevent having to worry about Cavities and Fillings Temecula. If however you do get a cavity, Rancho Dental is very experienced in providing fillings so that once the cavity is taken care of, a filling will prevent any other “gunk” from entering your tooth.