At Cook Dental Excellence we place an emphasis on the prevention of dental disease and the importance of prompt care to keep your smile healthy and beautiful. We recommend visiting our office biannually for a comprehensive exam, professional Bloomington teeth cleaning, and specialized treatments designed to protect the health of your smile. Our skilled and compassionate team makes every checkup visit an engaging, informative, and comfortable experience.
Tooth decay and gum disease are both caused by the buildup of plaque, which is a sticky film that harbors harmful bacteria that feed on sugar. While brushing, flossing and making the right nutritional choices are important steps you can take each day to protect your teeth and gums, it’s also important to visit our office for a comprehensive dental checkup twice a year as well as a thorough, professional Bloomington teeth cleaning. As a skilled provider of care, our dentist will perform a comprehensive examination of your teeth, gums and their surrounding anatomy, using advanced digital imaging technology, as needed. Our goal is to monitor your ongoing oral health and to diagnose any problems from their outset, when they are typically the easiest to treat. For our youngest patients, we offer an added layer of protection against tooth decay with dental sealants and periodic fluoride treatments. Both children and adults will receive a professional dental cleaning during which we thoroughly remove and residual plaque, tartar and food debris from the difficult to reach areas between the teeth and gums. We’ll also take the time to teach your family the most effective methods for brushing and flossing at home, and offer guidance for making the right nutritional and lifestyle choices to support excellent oral health.
When you visit our office for your comprehensive dental exam and Bloomington teeth cleaning, you can expect personalized, compassionate care from a friendly team of professionals. At Cook Dental Excellence, our goal is to halt the onset and progress of conditions that may adversely affect your oral health. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, call today.