New York is known for its beautiful smiles, and our local Staten Island community is no exception. Keeping your teeth clean is an important factor in maintaining your beautiful Staten Island smile. One of the benefits of regularly visiting your local dentist in Staten Island is a thorough teeth cleaning and a review of your brushing habits.
Our Staten Island dental hygienist helps you keep your teeth clean by assessing the condition of your teeth, and recommending improvements to your daily teeth cleaning habits. Our Staten Island oral hygienist can also professionally clean and polish your teeth at your regular Staten Island dental check up. You should schedule a regular dental check up every six months to prevent gum disease.
I work at Staten Island Dental Care located in the state of New York. We specialize in sedation dentistry in the Staten Island New York community, including the surrounding areas of Brooklyn and Manhattan.
Cleaning your teeth in New York is the simple task of removing plaque (a sticky deposit that gets left on teeth in which bacteria thrives) and tartar (a calcium deposit that forms on teeth and aids in tooth decay). This is done by brushing regularly with a toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste, and flossing. Brushing and flossing at least twice each day can keep plaque and tartar from building up on your teeth and results in cleaner, healthier teeth. A regular visit to your local Staten Island dental hygienist will help you stay on top of problems that can go unseen.
The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends visiting your local Staten Island, New York dentist at least once every 6 months for a regular dental check up and teeth cleaning. These regular visits to your Staten Island dentist potentially prevent the undetected development of problems that can occur from neglecting to clean your teeth.
To keep that beautiful Staten Island, New York smile in good shape, come in for a dental check up and teeth cleaning.
Call Staten Island Dental Care in Staten Island New York to make an appointment. You can reach us right now at (347) 695-4370.
Dr. Fredrick S. Hecht