Preventive Care

Your tooth will NOT hurt until something is seriously wrong! If that happens, you may need to spend more time in the dental chair to address the issue, affecting your busy schedule. Also, emergency treatment often times is the most expensive and least convenient.

Prevention is the key to a healthy smile! We work toward preventing dental conditions such as decay, infection, cracked teeth, and tooth loss before they become a real problem.

Let's prevent pain before it ever happens!

Flexible Appointment is available!! I know you have busy schedule and it's hard to take time off from your work. We will try our best to accommodate your schedule. Give us a call for late appointment or Saturday appointment.


Regular Dental Exams

Comprehensive dental exams are just as important as dental cleanings. During your exam, radiographs will be taken and interpreted by Dr. Park as well as clinical exam will be performed. We will also provide a life-saving oral cancer screening. Your dentist is your first line of defense when it comes to oral cancer. early diagnosis increases your chances of survival.

Dr. Park will examine your teeth, gums, jaw joints, and your bite to determine your oral health conditions and provide you with all of your options so you can make the best decision for your health and wellness.

Routine Dental X-rays

Human naked eyes can only see what is on the surface. X-rays allow us to see what is happening between teeth or below your gum line. They can also help us to diagnose fractures, infection, and bone loss.

We will utilize digital x-rays, which emit much less radiation exposure than conventional x-rays - even less than radiation than sunlight! X-rays are still the safest and most beneficial form of diagnosis, combined with Dr. Park's skills and experience.

Routine Dental Cleanings

Brushing and flossing everyday are essential parts of home care. However, it does NOT eliminate the necessity for routine dental cleanings. Foods and beverages you consume during the day stick to the surfaces of your teeth, creating a substance we call plaque. Plaque coats the outer layer of your tooth, enamel, and if not removed, can lead to gum disease. The condition of your gums will be examined during your dental exams and the appropriate type of dental cleaning will be recommended based on the findings.

Dental Sealants

Dental sealants are a thin coating of dental material applied to deep grooves on the chewing side of your tooth, which are especially prone to decay. It is recommended especially for children because sealants make it easier for children to keep the chewing surface of teeth clean. Sealants are inexpensive and can last for up to five years before needing replacement.

Call to Schedule for Your Dental Appointment!

We'd like you to keep healthy oral health for long time and prevent you from getting a toothache! Your dentist, Dr. Park, will try his best to achieve that goal!


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