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A dental check-up and professional teeth cleaning every six months is essential to fighting off decay, disease and infection. Some patients may be more susceptible to oral health problems than others and require more frequent care. Patients considered to be at high-risk for developing oral health problems may include smokers, patients exposed to high levels of stress, and patients with diabetes. 

Your dentist will evaluate your oral health during your dental examination and recommend a certain length of time in between visits to best ensure your optimal oral health. The best service we can provide to our patients is through routine dental examinations and preventative care. By detecting any potential oral health issues early on, before they are allowed to progress, save our patients time, money and unneccessary pain. 

We are dedicated to providing every patient with the individualized care specifically tailored to ensure their best oral health. Our office is a judgement-free zone that is primarily focused on patient comfort. We take pride in providing excellent dental care that keeps our patients smiling.

Dental Financing

Financing is Available for All Services. At Ace Dental Center we make sure that all our services are affordable to suit your budget.

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Patients at a higher risk for developing decay and dental disease include:

  • Diabetics
  • Smokers
  • People with current gum disease
  • People who tend to get cavities or build up plaque
  • People with a weak immune response to bacterial infection