Prevent future problems for you and your family and have regular check ups with one of our experienced clinicians at CDIC.
Maintaining a high standard of oral hygiene contributes to healthy gums and avoidance of periodontal (gum) disease. Gum disease causes bone loss around teeth, but just as important can have a direct effects on the health of your entire body. Avoiding gum disease is important for the prevention of heart disease, strokes, diabetes, arthritis, pregnancy complications, and some cancers.
Oral Health Therapists – formerly known as Dental Hygienists at CDIC are available to take care of your teeth and gums and we recommend regular visits that help reduce bad breath (halitosis) and other dental diseases.
Gums and underlying bone free from disease are the foundation of a healthy smile. Our ‘Active Maintenance’ program will help you achieve optimum oral hygiene and subsequently optimal oral health. We will also teach you what to do and how to maintain your teeth and gums between your dental visits.
For more information on our Active Maintenance program, please contact us at the CDIC.
At CDIC, we believe that a preventative & comprehensive approach to dental care is more beneficial than a reactive one. Actively maintaining a healthy smile is simple with a combination of routine visits to our Hygiene Department and correct home care.