Colorado Springs Dental Cleaning & Exam: Oral Health & Hygiene Report Released

Bear Creek Dental Center’s new report details the oral health routines individuals should follow to prevent cavities, plaque, and other dental issues. The practice aims to help readers improve their overall health and cut down on costs related to dentistry.

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Through the article, Bear Creek Dental Center is hoping to dispel some myths about dentistry and educate patients on their services and treatments.

The report breaks down the comprehensive examination process Bear Creek Dental Center’s Registered Dental Hygienists follow for both new and returning patients. This process includes diagnostic x-rays, oral cancer screenings, gum disease and tooth decay evaluations, and check-ups of existing restorations.

The report also details the professional dental cleaning services that Bear Creek Dental Center offers. Using specialized tools, they remove tartar and plaque, which are often breeding grounds for bacteria and toxins that can cause periodontal disease. They also treat stains by polishing teeth using brushing and scaling.

Bear Creek Dental Center explained that by getting these regular examinations and cleanings, the signs of periodontal disease can be more easily identified and dealt with sooner. More serious issues, including oral cancer, tumors, cysts, and bone loss, can also be detected and treated. Further, regular check-ups keep the dentist apprised of tooth, root, and bone positions.

The latest release aligns with Bear Creek Dental Center’s approach towards “dental health care” rather than “disease care.” They understand how uneasy some patients feel about dental visits, so by breaking down how their treatments work, they hope to make the experience as relaxing and positive as possible.

“As a practice, we are true believers that preventative care and education are the keys to optimal dental health,” said a spokesperson for Bear Creek Dental Center. “That’s why we focus on thorough exams–checking the overall health of your teeth and gum, performing oral cancer exams, and taking x-rays when necessary. We also know that routine cleanings, flossing, sealants, and fluoride are all helpful in preventing dental disease.”

Interested parties can find more information at

Bear Creek Dental Center
[email protected]
1430 South 21st Street #200

United States

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