6905 West Broward Blvd Suite 101
Plantation, FL 33317
James Kerns, DMD, PLLC, is a graduate of Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Florida and currently practices dentistry is Plantation. While he prides himself on keeping a state of the art dental office, Dr. Kerns never strays from the intimate family practice atmosphere. In addition, Dr. Kerns strives to provide his patients with painless, relaxing dentistry. And, as part of the American Dental Association, Broward Dental Research Clinic, and a Fellow in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, Dr. Kerns can provide patients with a wide array of treatments, including dentures, root canals, contouring and various aspects of cosmetic dentistry.
At James Kerns? dental office, offering consultations to new patients is an integral part of his staff?s philosophy of making sure that every patient?s experience is painless, pleasant, and as effective as possible. While it gives the patient the opportunity to become acquainted with the staff, it also allows for a problem-focused conversation where the patient can express his concerns as well as describe his initial reasoning for contacting a new dentist.
Even with your flawless routine of brushing and flossing multiple times a day, your dentist still tells you that you have an excess amount of plaque that has built up in your mouth. The best way to get rid of this bacteria is with a dental scaling, which in two painless visits allows your dentist to clean deep into your gums and underneath your teeth where plaque that is unreachable by a toothbrush and floss builds up.
Following the completion of your dental scaling, there may need to be a slight change in your oral health routine in order to retain the same level of cleanliness that your dentist has helped you achieve with this particular type of deep cleaning. However, the alterations are mostly in regard to your compliance with the dental maintenance routines that your dentist and his team have already suggested for you.
The key to getting your dental work done on a reasonable budget is taking care of the situation as early as possible. Because even though preventative measures are always your greatest line of defense?after all, your dentist would probably gladly supply you with a toothbrush, floss, and toothpaste for free?there are times where restorations or cosmetic procedures are needed for a more permanent solution.
Your dental treatment plan should not be based on your age, regardless of whether you are four or 94. Instead, your individual care should be dictated by your personal concerns as well as your dentist?s suggestions regarding your current oral health and how it can be improved. That being said, even in your golden years, it?s crucial that you attend regular dental appointments to track your oral health and to address problems in their earliest stages.
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