You want the members of your family to avoid the pain and cost of cavities, gingivitis, more serious gum disease or periodontal issues as well as the multiple and prolonged visits to the family dentist, right? Preventative dentistry from Dr. Granger will minimize the restorative dentistry you will need in the future. Please come by our office to find out how our family dentistry office can help your health.
Dr. Granger and his team will ensure you and your family's teeth and gums are healthy - that’s something you can smile about!
We'll help control plaque and tartar with Dental Hygiene. The goal of every dentist and his team is the prevention of cavities, gingivitis, gum disease or more serious periodontal issues. Regular tooth brushing and flossing combined with six-month dental hygiene checkups and regular xrays will ensure you and your family have healthy teeth and gums.
Oral exams don’t reveal everything and that’s why Granger, DDS is equipped with the DIAGNOdent™ Cavity Detection System. This state-of-the-art laser technology can locate tooth decay painlessly, before the human eye can see it. It is an excellent preventative tool. Read more about DIAGNOdent™ in our Patient Education section.
New and unknown experiences for a young child can be a scary event, especially a visit to a dentist’s office. Dr. Granger delights in helping young patients, ages 3 and up, have a good experience when they visit. Although, Dr. Granger is not a pedodontist or a specialist in pediatric dentistry he is an excellent choice for your child and family.
Why? Because the most important lesson young children learn from Dr. Granger and his team is the benefit of good dental hygiene. Regular tooth brushing and flossing are critical habits
that establish dental health. Dr Granger and his team work together with parents to encourage excellent oral hygiene habits in children.
Learn more about Brushing and Flossing in our Patient Education section.
Sealants are especially effective for children and adolescents. A sealant is a plastic coating applied to the chewing surfaces of back teeth. Some teeth have narrow porous grooves that fill with
plaque, which can’t be removed by a toothbrush. Dental sealants create a long lasting and preventative barrier. Sealants have a long history of dramatically decreasing tooth decay in children and
adolescents. Learn more about Sealants in our Patient Education section.
If you're in need of the service we've listed above, call Dr. Kevin Granger at (301) 249-3333 or book your appointment online for your or your family members today!