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  • What should I expect during my first appointment?
    Our team will greet you with a smile and check you in for your appointment on our iPads. While you wait for the Dentist, feel free to enjoy some coffee, tea or water. When the Dentist is ready to see you, you will receive a complete dental examination, x-rays, 3D intraoral scan as well as a custom treatment plan. You will also have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have regarding your oral health.
  • What insurance plans do you accept?
    We direct all major insurance plans!
  • Do you have financing plans available?
    Yes, we can discuss a financing plan that works for you during your appointment.
  • What type of technology does your office use?
    We are proud to have a state-of-the-art facility with the most cutting edge technology the industry has available. This includes surgical quality air, 3D intraoral scanners, digital x-rays, CBCT, and a completely digitized office.
  • Where is Carvolth Dentistry?
    We are located in Langley, BC by the highway.
  • What languages does your team speak?
    If you or a family member feel comfortable speaking in a different language, let our team know! We have team members that speak Cantonese, Mandarin, Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu.
  • Why is visiting the dentist so important?
    Visiting the dentist regularly will not only help keep your teeth and mouth healthy, but will also help keep the rest of your body healthy. Dental care is important because it: Helps prevent tooth decay Protects against periodontal (gum) disease, which can lead to tooth and bone loss Prevents bad breath – brushing, flossing, and seeing the dentist regularly will help reduce the amount of bacteria in your mouth that causes bad breath Gives you a more attractive smile and increases your self-confidence Helps keep teeth looking bright by preventing them from becoming stained by food, drinks, and tobacco Strengthens your teeth so that you can enjoy healthy, beautiful smiles for the rest of your life!
  • My teeth feel fine. Do I still need to see a dentist?
    Your teeth may feel fine, but it’s still important to see the dentist regularly because problems can exist without you knowing. Your smile’s appearance is important, and your dentist can help keep your smile healthy and looking beautiful. With so many advances in dentistry, you no longer have to settle for stained, chipped, missing, or misshapen teeth. Today’s dentists offer many treatment choices that can help you smile with confidence, including: Professional teeth whitening Fillings that mimic the appearance of natural teeth Tooth replacement and full smile makeovers
  • What should I look for when choosing the right dentist for me?
    Choosing a dentist who “clicks” with you and your family is important, and you may wish to consider several dentists before making your final decision. During your first visit, you should be able to determine whether the dentist is right for you. During your appointment, consider the following: Is the appointment schedule convenient? Is the office easy to get to and close by? Does the office appear to be clean and orderly? Was your medical and dental history recorded and placed in a permanent file? Does the dentist explain techniques for good oral health? Is information about cost presented to you before treatment is scheduled? Is your dentist a member of the ADA (American Dental Association)?
  • How can I take care of my teeth between dental checkups?
    Always remember to brush your teeth at least two times a day, and floss at least once! Make sure to use toothpaste that contains fluoride, and ask your dentist if you need a fluoride rinse. This will help prevent cavities. Avoid foods with a lot of sugar (sugar increases the amount of bacteria that grows in your mouth causing more plaque and possibly cavities) and avoid tobacco (this can stain your teeth, cause gum disease, and eventually lead to oral cancer). Don’t be afraid to brush your tongue! By brushing your tongue, you will remove food particles and reduce the amount of plaque-causing bacteria. Tongue brushing also helps keep your breath fresh. Be sure to schedule your routine checkup. It is recommended that you visit the dentist every six months.
  • At what age should I start taking my child to see the dentist?
    The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends that children first see a dentist as early as six months of age and no later than one year of age. During this time, your child’s baby teeth will be coming in and your dentist can examine the health of your child’s first few teeth. After the first visit, be sure to schedule regular checkups every six months.
  • How do I schedule my next checkup?
    Simply call our practice! Our front desk staff will be happy to help schedule your next dental checkup at your convenience. If you are a new patient, please let us know and we will provide you with all the information you need for your first dental visit.
  • When should I change my toothbrush?
    Your toothbrush will eventually wear out, especially if you are brushing your teeth twice a day for two to three minutes each time. Your dentist recommends that adults and children change their toothbrush every three months. If you are using an electric toothbrush, be sure to read the directions because you may not need to change toothbrush heads as frequently. Patients with gum disease are encouraged to change their toothbrush every four to six weeks to keep any bacteria from spreading. After brushing, rinse your toothbrush with hot water to kill germs and keep the bristles clean. If you’ve been sick, be sure to change your toothbrush as soon as possible.
  • How often should I brush my teeth?
    According to your dentist and the American Dental Association, you should brush your teeth at least two times a day. Brushing keeps your teeth, gums, and mouth clean and healthy by removing bacteria-causing plaque. It is also recommended that you use a soft-bristled toothbrush and toothpaste that contains fluoride when you brush your teeth. You should spend at least a minute on the top teeth and a minute on the bottom teeth, and remember to brush your tongue; it will help keep your breath smelling fresh!
  • What is gum disease?
    Also known as periodontal disease, gum disease is mostly caused by plaque and bacteria buildup that is not treated in its early stage. Other causes of periodontal disease include tobacco use, teeth grinding, some medications, and genetics. Gingivitis is the beginning stage of gum disease, and, if detected, is treatable. Gingivitis left untreated may turn into gum disease. Advanced gum disease will lead to tooth and bone loss, and is a permanent condition. Brushing your teeth regularly and visiting the dentist every six months will help prevent gingivitis and more severe cases of periodontal disease.

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