The next time you need to see a dentist, make an appointment with our office.
At Northside Family Dental, we’re here to take care of all of your dental needs.
When to See a Dentist
At our dental office, we typically recommend coming in to see a dentist every six months for a standard dental checkup and cleaning. However, we recommend coming in to our office more often if
- You are pregnant
- You smoke regularly
- You are currently suffering from gum disease
- You tend to get cavities easily
We also encourage you to keep in mind that if you ever experience a dental problem, you shouldn’t wait until your next scheduled appointment to come in and see us. For example, if you are suffering from a severe toothache, it’s a good idea to schedule a dentist appointment with our office right away.
Why Come to Our Office?
At this point, you may be wondering why you should come in to see a dentist at our office. To answer this question, there are many reasons why you should make us your dental provider of choice.
First, we provide a number of different dental services for those in the Lakeland, Florida area. These services include standard dental checkups and cleanings, implant restorations, dentures, dental fillings, crowns and bridges, teeth whitening, and many, many others. Whatever preventative or cosmetic dental services you are in need of, we are confident that we will be able to provide them.
Second, our dentists see patients of all ages. This means that you, your children, your grandparents, your brother, your mother-in-law, and anyone else in your family can all come to the same place to receive excellent dental care. This way, you don’t have to deal with the hassle of working with multiple dental offices.
What Our New Patients Need to Know About Going to the Dentist
At Northside Family Dental, we often see people that have never been to our office before and may not be familiar with what services to expect when going to the dentist. Since we see patients of all ages, some may have never even been to a dentist before. So, we thought we would take this opportunity to discuss the services that our new patients may need for optimal oral health.
The first thing to do is call us during office hours to schedule an appointment. Let us know at that time if you are experiencing any oral health issues or if you just need an exam and cleaning by a hygienist. In most cases, x-rays will be taken so that we can create a base line and determine if there are any hidden issues. Once your exam has concluded, we will go over a treatment plan for any issues that need to be corrected or that you wish to be resolved. For example, if you are missing teeth or need to have some removed, the dentist can discuss dental implants as a potential solution.
You can count on us to follow the most current dental practices known in this profession. We want our new patients and those that have been with us for several years to have confidence that their treatment plan will always be based on the latest technology and dental practices. Reach out today to learn more about what going to the dentist entails and how we can help you.
Finally, we want to make sure that you always feel comfortable and confident under our care. For this reason, we have created an environment that is designed for your comfort. Additionally, all of our team members are 100% committed to providing you with the highest quality dental care possible.
Contact Us Today
If it’s been more than six months since you last saw a dentist or you’re looking for a new dental provider, we’re confident that you’ll be more than happy with your decision to come to our office. Remember, receiving regular dental care is one of the best things you can do to preserve the health and aesthetics of your smile for many years to come.
Please contact us at Northside Family Dental to schedule your next dentist appointment. We look forward to hearing from you and to meeting all of your dental needs. As always, if you have any questions, we would be more than happy to answer them and ensure that you have all of the information you need to make beneficial decisions about your dental health.