Whenever it’s possible, we prefer to use preventative dentistry techniques to help our patients keep their original teeth. Of course, we use a wide range of inlays, onlays, crowns and implants to repair and rebuild our patient’s smiles after they become damaged. However, we’d rather help you keep your original teeth where they belong!

Over the years, decay, disease and damage can leave your mouth discolored and unsightly. However, no matter how your mouth arrived in its current condition, Orange Beach Family Dentistry can help you take better care of your teeth and make them last longer.

Thorough and Gentle Preventative Dentistry

We get it: Going to the dentist is probably not at the top of your list of fun activities. Maybe it’s been years since you’ve seen a dentist, or maybe you’re afraid of being reprimanded for a less-than-perfect brushing and flossing regimen. Or maybe you’ve had bad experiences with rough or painful dental procedures.

Whatever your reasons for avoiding an examination, we understand. We’ve heard every story, reason and excuse there is and we always come to the same conclusion: Today is the right day to turn things around! Make an appointment with Dr. Lauren and see how a caring and compassionate professional can change your mind about going to the dentist.

Preventative Dentistry for White Teeth and a Healthy Mouth

At Orange Beach Family Dentistry, we provide a suite of preventative dentistry services. From regular dental exams to professional cleaning and de-scaling to discussing long-term plans to undo the effects of time, diet and decay, we will discuss the path that is right for you.

Call today and schedule your comprehensive oral examination. We’ll conduct a thorough oral exam both visually and with our SOPROCARE Intraoral Camera, and take digital X-rays with our hand-held NOMAD Pro 2™ Handheld X-ray system. If indicated, we will also perform a periodontal exam and an oral cancer screening.

Call Today and Let Orange Beach Family Dentistry Help You Keep Your Original Teeth!

Make an appointment with Dr. Lauren and discuss a treatment plan to help you retain your original teeth as long as possible.