101 reviews

Preventative Dentist

Maintain Optimal Health

The team at Jackson Family Dentistry would feel honored to be a part of your dental health routine. Call us today to schedule preventive care!

Hygiene Appointments
Preventive Treatments
Comprehensive Care

Benefits of Preventive Care at Jackson Family Dentistry

Preventing dental health issues starts with good oral hygiene habits, but it doesn’t end there. Routine visits to the dentist every six months should also be a part of your regimen, because this ensures that every surface of every tooth is cleaned and inspected for small issues that can become bigger problems.

Avoid Issues

We’ll thoroughly clean hard-to-reach areas of your teeth to keep your mouth free of harmful substances.

Strengthen Enamel

Fluoride treatments can strengthen enamel and keep your teeth cavity-free.

Keep Gums Healthy

Gum disease is a common issue, and our team will help you prevent this pervasive problem.

David A.


"Dr. Charmoli demonstrates the highest caliber of professionalism and empathy for his patients, definitely had bad experiences with many dentists out there but I put my full trust in Dr. Charmoli!"

David A.


"Dr. Charmoli demonstrates the highest caliber of professionalism and empathy for his patients, definitely had bad experiences with many dentists out there but I put my full trust in Dr. Charmoli!"

Get The Quality Care
You Deserve

Get in Touch

Hygiene & Cleanings

During preventive visits, we will thoroughly inspect your teeth and gums, and clean every surface. We use specialized tools to reach small, hard-to-reach areas that you cannot clean sufficiently with a toothbrush or floss. Hygiene and cleaning appointments ensure that all harmful substances are removed from your mouth, decreasing your risk of cavities and periodontal disease.

Fluoride Treatments

Cavities start with tooth decay, which are “soft spots” in your enamel. If decay is caught in its earliest stages, it can often be reversed with a fluoride treatment. Fluoride is a naturally-occurring mineral that has the unique ability to “remineralize” and strengthen tooth enamel. During this treatment, one of our dentists will apply a highly-concentrated fluoride product onto your teeth and leave it in place for several minutes. This starts the remineralization process, restores softened enamel, and prevents cavities from forming.

Dental Sealants

This fast, non-invasive treatment is recommended for patients prone to cavities (typically pediatric patients). During the procedure, one of our dentists will apply a liquid dental resin to the chewing surfaces of your rear molars. The liquid will harden and form a durable barrier to prevent your teeth from directly contacting sugars, acid, and other harmful substances. Sealants can last up to 10 years, providing an extra layer of protection for teeth at high risk of cavities.

Periodontal Care

Gum disease, also called periodontal disease, affects nearly half of American adults, although many don’t even know that they are suffering from the condition. This issue occurs when bacteria builds up in between the teeth and begin to attack the gums. If you notice bleeding when you brush and floss, inflammation and swelling of your gums, or a receding gum line, these are signs of periodontal disease and you should schedule a visit right away for treatment.

Preventive Dentistry Frequently Asked Questions

What can I expect during a routine visit?

At Jackson Family Dentistry, we focus on prevention and education because this is the best way to ensure that our patients stay happy and healthy. When you come in, we will examine your teeth and gums, and check for any signs of issues. If necessary, we will suggest x-rays. Our hygienists will thoroughly clean your teeth and gums, and you’ll leave our office with peace of mind knowing that your smile is taken care of.

How often should I come to the dentist?

According to the American Dental Association, patients should visit the dentist every six months. This ensures that all surfaces of your teeth are cleaned and any harmful substances are removed from between your teeth and under your gums. Book an appointment today for preventive care to maintain a healthy, strong smile for years to come.

What’s the difference between a family dentist and a general dentist?

A family dentist is able to treat patients of all ages and stages of dental health. While pediatric dentists are specifically trained to treat children, family dentists offer a wide range of services and treatments that span a lifetime, so you’ll never need to find another dental office when you children outgrow pediatric care.