Our Job Is to Maintain the Balance, Comfort, and Functionality of Your Teeth & Gums
You likely are well aware that it’s important to practice good oral hygiene at home. That’s because brushing and flossing removes loose food particles and gets rid of the bacteria that turns into dental plaque and eventually hardens into tartar that builds up over time. But did you know it’s just as important to get preventative care from your dentist, regardless of whether you have a toothache? That’s because your dentist can keep you on the right track for optimal oral health and guide you on how to best upkeep your teeth to ward off tooth decay, puffy gums, or even bad breath.
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Keep up to date with your dental hygiene! Visit our office for your regular cleaning exams.
Ever since we opened for business, our dedicated Burk Smiles staff has been proud to guide patients on the road to good oral health and hygiene throughout the years. It’s important to maintain a doctor/patient relationship with your dentist so they can monitor your oral health and assess any potential problems. For example, tooth grinding and biting your nails or chewing ice are all things you should avoid in keeping your teeth healthy. We take the time to educate our patients during their dental exams and cleanings.
Do you need a dental exam and checkup? Look to Burk Smiles to get the job done. We are eager to learn more about you and your dental goals, so don’t hesitate to pick up the phone and reach out to our dental practice. We will work hard to maximize your dental insurance benefits, and we also offer flexible payment plans so you can get the dental work you need at a cost that doesn’t break the bank.
Your first step towards a healthier smile is a phone call away! Call (940) 202-7983
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