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Stay in Great Oral Health With General Dentistry in Beverly, MA

Good oral health isn’t possible without general dental care, so our Beverly, MA dentists give it the attention it deserves. Providing comprehensive general dentistry is a big part of helping you attain your long-term wellness goals. Our services include:

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  • Dental cleanings, to keep your teeth looking and feeling great
  • Dental exams, so our dentists can keep a close eye on your overall oral health
  • Custom mouthguards, to protect your teeth from damage
  • Gum disease treatment, to restore your gums to health
  • Dental sealants and fluoride treatment, to help stop decay

To make an appointment for an exam or another general dental service, call Martins Dental Partners at (978) 288-1946.

An Ounce of Dental Prevention Is Worth a Pound of Cure

Taking care of your teeth is a lot like taking care of your car. You can regularly spend small amounts of time and money to keep them in great shape, or you can skip the routine maintenance and hope to somehow avoid complicated and costly problems. Our dentists would rather help you proactively avoid trouble than fix dental damage. When you come in for a dental exam, we may suggest a fluoride treatment to help prevent cavities. In fact, all new patients get a free application of fluoride. It strengthens your teeth, makes them less susceptible to heat and cold, and, most important, makes them more resistant to decay. In addition, we sometimes use dental sealants for added protection, especially in tough-to-clean areas like back teeth.

Get Gum Disease Treatment From a Specialist

Dr. Valerie Martins is a board-certified periodontist. After getting her DMD, she received several additional years of training focused on preventing and treating gum (periodontal) disease. She uses a special deep-cleaning process called scaling and root planing that removes damaging plaque and tartar from below your gumline. She can also perform gum grafts and other surgical procedures to reverse damage caused by advanced gum disease. Gum disease, not decay, is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults, and she works hard to help patients keep their teeth.
To find out more about our general dentistry, call (978) 288-1946. You can also use our convenient online form.

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