Auburn, CA Family Dentists
Do you ever feel as if you waste too much time driving your family to their various dental appointments? Dr. Gustavson and Dr. Cho, your Auburn, CA dentists, discuss the advantages of choosing one dentist for your entire family.
More time to do the things you enjoy
Visiting multiple dentists requires hours away from work and home. When you select a family dentist, the staff will work with you to schedule back-to-back appointments for your entire family. You'll be able to take care of those regular dental visits in just one trip, leaving you more time for other activities.
Auburn family dentists treat patients of all ages
Your family dentists are skilled at treating and detecting dental issues in people of all ages. In fact, your dentists and their entire staff are experienced at making the youngest members of your family feel comfortable during their first visits. They'll take the extra time to make sure every member of the family understands diagnoses and provide detailed information about treatment options and insurance coverage.
Regular visits to the family dentist help reduce your costs and safeguard your oral health
Dental problems are always easier and less expensive to treat when they're small. Filling cavities tends to weaken teeth because a portion of the healthy tooth structure must be removed along with the decayed area. Treating small cavities preserves healthy tooth structure and helps you avoid the more complicated and expensive procedures that are needed when tooth decay isn't spotted until it's very advanced.
Regular dental visits include professional dental cleanings, which can help lower your risk of developing cavities or gum disease. During the cleanings, plaque and tartar are removed from your teeth before they can cause any damage. Your dentists also look for other signs of disease, such as tumors that may be signs of oral cancer. They can even spot symptoms of general health problems during those visits. For example, if you have diabetes, you may be more likely to develop gum disease and bleeding gums.