Jennifer Sokolosky DMD
A Great Dentist

We will help you achieve and maintain a healthy, bright smile you can be proud of.

I found the best and caring dentist, she has all the patience and calmness to treat you well and make you comfortable. I don't like to go to the dentist if I can avoid it, but she helps my attitude to dentist to be changed. Finding the right one who is caring is important. So don't hesitate to visit Dr. Sokolosky. Thanks. - Azeb H.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Periodontal Disease Treatment

How can we help you?

Having a clear understanding of all facets of your dental care is essential, so we encourage you to be proactive about asking questions. You deserve to be fully informed, and we believe that no question is too small or unimportant. If it matters to you, it matters to us.

We answer lots of questions for our patients, and some of those we hear most often are listed below. If you don’t see your specific question here or you would like more information, feel free to give our office a call!

Periodontal Disease Treatment

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Woman getting teeth cleaned at dentist‚ÄčIn a perfect world everyone would brush and floss twice a day. Plaque builds up over time and this sticky bacterial film can solidify and turn into calculus or tartar. This cement-like substance is removed by our hygienist at your regular cleaning visits. A six-month interval not only serves to keep your mouth healthy and clean, but it also allows potential problems to be found and diagnosed earlier.

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In some instances a six-month schedule in not enough. Based on your dental history, rate of calculus buildup, and pattern of decay a 3 or 4-month interval may be needed. We can work with you to determine what will be best for you.

If you have any questions about regular cleanings or would like to schedule an appointment, please don't hesitate to call Dr. Jennifer Sokolosky, DMD today!

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