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Preventive Dentistry – North Providence, RI

Helping Smiles Last a Lifetime

The key to a healthy smile is routine preventive dental care, like bi-annual checkups and cleanings. At appointments for preventive dentistry in North Providence, RI, our goal is to detect and treat any small signs of oral health issues before they have a chance to progress and cause permanent damage to your mouth. We use the latest technology, like our intraoral cameras and clear digital X-ray imaging system to make sure that no stone goes left unturned and ensure your grin remains intact and in tip-top shape.

Man looking at healthy smile in  mirror after preventive dentistry visit
Doctor Castillo and young patient smiling togetherDoctor Castillo talking to patient during dental checkup

Why Choose Aesthetic Dental Studio of RI for Preventive Dentistry?

  • Holistic / Biological
  • Dentistry to Improve Your
    Overall Wellbeing
  • All-Woman
    Dental Team

Dental Checkups
& Teeth Cleanings

Patient receiving dental checkup and teeth cleaning

The American Dental Association recommends receiving bi-annual checkups and cleanings to ensure the health of your teeth and gums. At these appointments, our team will take any necessary X-rays and conduct a visual examination of your oral cavity in search of any symptoms of common oral health problems like cavities and gum disease. If we spot any issues, we’ll alert you and lay out any treatment recommendations that we have to get your oral health back on the right track. Finally, before you leave, we’ll clean, polish, and floss your teeth, leaving your smile revitalized.

Oral Cancer Screenings

Patient receiving oral cancer screening

At each of your six-month checkups, we’ll also conduct a quick and thorough oral cancer screening. It only takes a couple of minutes, but it can be a life-saving practice for our patients, because when oral cancer has the chance to spread to other areas of the body, it’s significantly harder to successfully treat. We’ll conduct a visual and tactile examination of your lips, oral tissues, and cheeks in search of any problematic signs. If we spot anything that is concerning, we’ll refer you for additional testing.