General Dentistry Get A Healthy Smile
  • Your oral health will thrive with professional cleanings
  • Keep your smile looking its brightest & best
  • Take advantage of our new patient special

Improve Your Oral Health with General Dentistry in Valley, NE

Although brushing and flossing are important to maintain a healthy smile, they aren’t enough on their own. You need regular dental checkups, too. By having a partner in dental care, you’ll stay on top of everything that can happen to your smile. When you choose Twin Rivers Dental for general dentistry in Valley, NE, we’ll surpass your expectations with our patient-focused approach. You will:

  • Catch problems in the early stages for less invasive treatments
  • Gain confidence in your smile’s appearance thanks to comprehensive dental care
  • Maintain good oral health throughout your life
  • Received personalized tips to improve your at-home oral care routine
  • Keep your teeth and gums in good condition

Call 531-221-1177 for an appointment. Ask about our new patient special when you contact our team!

Our early morning availability on Fridays allows for easy scheduling for busy patients. Book your visit as early as 7 a.m.

Protect Your Smile With Preventive Dental Care

At Twin Rivers Dental, we offer comprehensive general dentistry services to prevent problems and give you an attractive smile. You’ll benefit from advanced dental technology. We use digital X-rays, 3-D scanners, and an intraoral camera for streamlined visits and precise care.

We also focus on patient education and involve you in your treatment plan. You’ll know what to expect for any treatments we recommend and learn how to protect your smile in the future. You’re a partner, not just a patient!

You’ll benefit from:

  • Dental Cleanings Our thorough cleaning removes plaque, tartar, and surface stains. This helps prevent cavities and gum disease and keeps your teeth looking great.
  • Dental Exams – Our comprehensive exam will check for signs of tooth decay, gum disease, and oral cancer. With our intraoral camera, you can see what we see. You’ll know exactly what’s going on in your mouth.
  • Dry Mouth Treatment – If you struggle with chronic dry mouth, we’ll recommend products you can use at home.
  • Bad Breath Treatment – Your dentist will address the underlying causes of bad breath, ensuring a healthy mouth and fresh breath.
  • Gum Disease Treatment – We’ll restore the health of your gums with a deep cleaning procedure known as scaling and root planing.
  • Mouthguards – A custom mouthguard will protect your teeth and jaws from damage, whether you play sports or grind your teeth.

Call 531-221-1177 for general dentistry in Valley, NE. You can also schedule online.

Common Questions About General Dentistry

What is general dentistry?

General dentistry is what we do here. We feature general dentistry solutions that will help keep your mouth healthy and your smile looking its best all through your life. This includes thorough examinations to screen for problems and to assess your teeth, gums, and mouth in general. General dentistry also includes protective measures like dental sealants and teeth cleanings to prevent dangerous plaque, tartar, and bacteria from causing disease, decay, and worse.

What foods are healthy for my teeth?

Food healthy for your teeth includes those high in calcium and phosphorus, such as dairy products, leafy greens, and almonds. High-fiber foods like fruits and vegetables can help clean teeth and stimulate saliva production. As a result, it helps neutralize acids in the mouth. Crunchy fruits and vegetables, like apples and carrots, can help scrape away plaque and massage gums. Finally, drinking plenty of water can help rinse away food particles and acids that can cause tooth decay.

Is chewing gum bad for teeth?

Chewing sugar-free gum can actually be beneficial for your teeth! It stimulates saliva production, which helps wash away food particles and neutralize acids. However, gum with sugar can contribute to tooth decay. Look for gum sweetened with xylitol, a natural sugar substitute that can actually help prevent cavities. As always, moderation is key. So enjoy a piece of sugar-free gum after meals to freshen your breath and promote oral health, but be mindful of excessive chewing that can strain your jaw muscles.

Why are mouthguards important?

The most common reason to wear a mouthguard is to protect your teeth and gums while playing sports. Whether you’re participating in a contact sport or not, a well-made mouthguard is your best defense against blows to the mouth, teeth, gums, and jaw. Mouthguards can also alleviate symptoms of teeth grinding and TMJ disorders.

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