Dental

Dental Specialist
A wide range of primary dental care for adults and children is offered in the Wilmington Community Clinic in Wilmington, California.

Dental Q&A

Why should I go to the dentist regularly?

Many people only visit a dentist when they have a problem rather than seeing one on a regular basis. The American Dental Association recommends regular dental visits about every six months to provide essential maintenance of healthy teeth and gums. Early detection of tooth decay or cavities can prevent the development of larger issues such as root canal. In between examinations, it’s important that you work to keep your teeth and gums clean and healthy. If you need additional help or have an existing condition, your dentist might suggest more frequent visits. Talk to a dental professional to discuss your specific needs.

I have dentures. Is it necessary for me to still see my dentist?

Even though denture wearers no longer have to worry about dental decay there are still other reasons visits to the dentist are an important part of dental health. There may be concerns with ill-fitting dentures or mouth sores. Annual visits to the dentist are still recommended even if you wear dentures. During these visits, an oral cancer screening and head and neck exam will be performed, as well as an evaluation of the fit of your dentures to see if you need a replacement or adjustment. Regular visits can help you to avoid more complicated problems down the road.

I can't afford regular dental care. Are there some resources available to me?

Yes. There are many dentists across the country offering reduced fees through dental society-sponsored assistance programs. Wilmington Community Clinic offers low-cost dental options for patients. They practice a wide scope of general dentistry. Wilmington Community Clinic can give you a smile you’re happy to show off using services including, but not limited to:

  • Complete exams
  • X-rays
  • Cleanings
  • Filings
  • Sealants
  • Extractions

They can also handle dental emergencies such as a chipped or lost tooth.

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