Everyone deserves a healthy smile. We want to be your partner in that effort. It’s why we encourage you to practice good habits at home, and it’s why we hope you will visit us for a professional dental cleaning and exam before the end of 2020.

We also understand this year has been unusual, to put in mildly. If you haven’t had a dental checkup recently, contact us today to schedule an appointment. We hope to see you soon!

Don’t Lose Your Benefits

We know many people have concerns about paying for dental services. Having dental insurance can make a big difference in this regard. Most plans cover one or two cleanings per year. Also, the benefits of many policies expire at the end of the calendar year. In other words, you could lose that benefit (for which you’ve already paid with the premiums taken out of your paycheck) if you don’t make an appointment.

Don’t miss out on this important preventive service. Take advantage of preventive treatment to avoid problems in the future.

If you don’t have dental insurance, we are here for you, too. We offer a variety of flexible payment options, including third-party financing with CareCredit and LendingClub. If you are a new patient, be sure to check out our specials and promotions as well.

For long-term planning regarding your oral health, we also welcome you to sign up for our Dental Membership plan.

It’s About More Than Your Smile

We certainly want you to have a beautiful smile, but oral health goes beyond that. Your teeth affect what you can eat. They can affect how you speak. They also can affect your self-confidence.

When you have cavities or a gum infection, it can lead to other problems. Painful infections, halitosis, and lost teeth are just a few of the bigger issues that can arise from untreated tooth decay and periodontal disease.

Your oral health also affects your overall health. If you are missing teeth, you may not be able to eat certain foods, which can limit the nutrients you receive. The bacteria that cause gum disease also can lead to heart disease, and poor oral health can lead to complications of diabetes. These are just a few reasons why maintaining your oral health is important for your healthy body.

Your Safety Is Always A Priority

If you have been a long-time patient at Preston Dental Center, then you are already aware of our commitment to providing a safe and sanitary environment for our services. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have implemented additional measures to keep you as safe as possible during your visits with us.

You can find the full list of safety measures elsewhere on our website, but we want to mention a few key things here. We have added HEPA grade filtration and UV light air scrubbers to our office. Our team members have always worn masks and gloves, but we have added disposable gowns, washable lab coats, head coverings, and face shields as well. We also sanitize each appointment room after each patient visit.

Don’t wait any longer to schedule your next dental checkup. Contact us online or call 919-823-6967 to request an appointment at Preston Dental Center in Cary, NC.