Family Dentistry

Trust Montgomery Dental Care for quality family dentistry care

Superior dental care for the health of your family

Regular family dental check-ups and other care is a great way for everyone in the house to keep a beautiful smile. Preventative family dentistry is also a great way to head off potentially costly repair work later on. At Montgomery Dental Care, Julie and Vicky, our two hygienists, have worked with the family dentist, Dr. Montgomery, for over 20 years and have 50 years of combined experience so you can rest assured you’re in the best of hands when it comes to your family dental care. Among the services they can provide you with are:

  • Very detailed dental cleanings
  • Assistance in controlling or eliminating periodontal disease
  • Preventive care involving fluoride treatments, oral hygiene instructions and setting up a customized preventive plan
  • Extensive experience in Dentistry for Children.

Whatever your preventive family dentistry needs are, you will be taken care of by the top Woodbury, MN dental hygienists and doctor specializing in oral health in the profession. From our children’s dental care to seniors, we provide care for the whole family.

How Dental Care Protects the Health of Your FamilyPlymouth MN family dentistry at Montgomery Dental

Routine family dental care can protect you and your loved ones from becoming one of the following statistics later on. Facts on the state of Oral Health in Minnesota from the Minnesota Dept. of Health and Dental Health Servcies. In tandem with the Homeless Youth Act Biennial Report posted in February 2017, we learn that:

• 76 percent of Minnesota children ages 1 to 17 years have had at least one past year preventive dental visit as reported by their parent or guardian.

• Untreated tooth decay is found in 2 out of every 10 third graders in public schools, meaning that they have untreated tooth decay.

• Total tooth loss impacts 10.5 percent of adults ages 65 and older. They lack all their previous, permanent teeth due to tooth decay or gum disease.

• Some permanent tooth loss is found in 35.6 percent of Minnesota seniors who are ages 65 and older. Meaning that they are missing at least one healthy, permanent tooth due to tooth decay or gum disease.

Call today and reduce your potential need for dental implants or other preventitive dental care later on. 651-738-1880

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