Our General Cleaning treatment in York Harbor, ME ensures an in-depth and informative oral hygiene treatment of all our patients. Our six screenings involved in these cleanings allow our York dentist to better understand what your needs are as a patient to live a happier and healthier life.
6 Screenings: Blood Pressure, Oral Cancer screening, Occlusal screening, sleep apnea screening, restorative examination, and periodontal screening.
These 6 screenings allow our York dentist to get to know your lifestyle, health history, dental history, and any predispositions or high risk potential for certain conditions.
As a new patient, your first consultation will allow our York Harbor dentist to evaluate your oral health in correlation with your overall health and then develop the most effective treatment for you.
Most patients forget, your oral health is just as important as your overall health. Our York, ME dentist wants to help you make your oral health a priority by taking the time to get to know you better as a whole patient to provide you with the most convenient and comfortable treatment possible!
The deep cleaning (SRP) treatment provided at York Dental Group focuses on maintaining the health of your teeth at the gum line.
At York Dental Group we are dedicated to ensuring your oral health care will be prioritized so that you can live healthy and happy. Our pocket-depth focus ensures a preventive care against gum diseases, such as Periodontitis.
At York Dental Group we provide Fluoride treatments to all patients.
To protect your smile and oral health, ask our York, ME dentist about Fluoride treatments to take a preemptive stand against tooth decay!
Topical fluoride treatments are provided by our dentists while systemic fluoride is ingested through most foods and community water.
Schedule an appointment today at York Dental Group in York Harbor to ensure your oral health is made a priority!
Sealants are a thin coating painted on the top surfaces of molars and other teeth to protect them from cavities.
Take an early step against tooth decay to improve your oral health and give yourself another reason to smile confidently!
Sealants are most commonly placed on patients ranging from 6-16 years of age as well as adults.