Your teeth say a lot about your health. When you visit Endicott Dental, we don’t just clean and whiten your teeth. We look for chronic gum inflammation, airway obstructions, tooth crowding, or other mouth abnormalities. By taking a holistic approach to your mouth, we empower you to pursue a more healthful life.
We believe effective and excellent dental service can advance holistic health. By treating inflammation in the mouth, we treat inflammation in the body. By paying attention to airway issues, we can refer our clients for sleep studies. We’re passionate about using the dental practice to provide information to our patients so they can pursue a healthier lifestyle.
Regular teeth cleanings are vital to great oral health. Besides cleaning your teeth, we look for issues including tooth decay and gum disease.
There may be times with tooth extractions are necessary. We can remove those teeth with your comfort and quick recovery in mind.
Sealants can reduce the chances of tooth decay in molars up to 80%! We can provide sealant treatment during a regular office visit in minutes!
We use top technology to provide comprehensive, 3D images of your mouth, so we can create the best treatment plan for you.
The mouth can show signs of other issues in the body. We do our best to notice issues in every mouth and raise them with patients.
We'll send you home with all the tools and knowledge you need to maintain your oral health between dental visits.
We believe dental care is nothing short of a “doorway” to serving your whole health. When you visit us, we’ll make sure you understand what your mouth is trying to tell you about your overall health. And when you leave, you’ll have practical steps to help you pursue a healthier life.
At Endicott Dental, your oral health is essential to us because your overall health is essential to us. We’ll give you the same treatment we would give to our family members because you’re a part of our family when you’re with us.Request An Appointment
Cavities form when plaque builds up on the tooth over time and weakens the outer shell of the tooth, called the enamel. The acids in the plaque's bacteria eat through the enamel, creating a cavity.
It is recommended that you brush your teeth at least twice a day — in the morning and before bed — though ideally, you should brush after every meal.
Dental sealants provide an extra layer of protection to prevent tooth decay and help prevent cavities, particularly in children. The sealant blocks plaque buildup from damaging the tooth's enamel, particularly in the tiny crevices in molars.
The American Dental Association recommends you use fluoride toothpaste. The fluoride provides an extra level of protection for your enamel to prevent tooth decay.
The recommendation is that you should see a dentist for a regular checkup at least every six months, or twice a year.