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Preventive Dentistry Can Help Patients Enjoy Lifelong Smiles

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At Rahn Dental Group, we do our best to help all of our patients enjoy excellent oral health that lasts for many years. That’s why our doctors emphasize the power of preventive care at every opportunity! These services are designed to protect teeth and treat chronic conditions at their earliest, most harmless stages, potentially saving the patient valuable cost and time. Our Dayton, OH practice is happy to welcome in the whole family, so don’t hesitate to contact us today.

Checkups & Cleanings

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Every patient should be attending at least two checkups and cleanings every six months, or twice per calendar year. These visits are important because they allow our team to thoroughly review your current smile and oral health, identifying any concerning issues as soon as they arise. We will also get rid of decay-causing plaque and tartar that can threaten your enamel.

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Periodontal Therapy

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Periodontal disease (also known as gum disease) is one of the most common health problems on the planet, not to mention the leading cause of adult tooth loss here in the United States. This bacterial infection starts out small with symptoms like bleeding gums and swollen oral tissue, but it can quickly grow out of control. Thankfully, our team can treat your condition as soon as we discover it during regular checkups.

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Athletic Mouthguards

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If you or your loved one regularly plays sports that involve physical contact, it’s important to invest in a mouthguard that keeps your smile safe from harm. Our doctors can design a customized appliance that offers plenty of comfortable flexibility and reliable sturdiness while out on the field or court.

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Nightguards for Bruxism

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Bruxism (more commonly known as teeth grinding) is a widespread oral health problem that can lead to worn-down dental structure, chronic jaw pain, and other serious consequences over time. Here in Dayton, we can provide you with an oral appliance known as a nightguard that can protect your smile while you sleep, which is the most common time for bruxism to occur.

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Oral Cancer Screenings

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Many patients don’t automatically associate oral cancer with the dentist’s office, but it actually might be the best location for diagnosing this dangerous health problem early on. During every checkup, our team will take the time to scan your oral tissue for any concerning signs that may point towards the presence of cancerous or precancerous cells. These signs could include white or red spots, strange sores that aren’t healing properly, or noticeable lumps. By drawing attention to this threat early on, we can assist our patients in receiving treatment earlier and even possibly save their life in the process!

Emergency Dentistry

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Dental emergencies can happen at a moment’s notice, leaving patients and their loved ones feeling panicked and in pain. In these situations, please reach out to Rahn Dental Group here in Dayton, and our team will make time for you as soon as we possibly can. With three dental experts on our staff, we should be able to provide you with knowledgeable, relieving care in record time, whether you’re struggling with a bad toothache, oral bleeding a serious fracture, or other common dire situations.

Pediatric Dentistry

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Being able to treat whole families in one convenient location is important to our team! That’s why our comprehensive menu of services also features pediatric care for your youngest loved ones, including gentle preventive checkups, dental sealants, fluoride treatment, and more. We hope to help them form a positive relationship with dental care that lasts for life!

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