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A focus on preventive dentistry helps you maintain the highest standard of oral health while limiting dental expenditures.
When you step into Finesse Dental in Rancho Cucamonga, CA, you’ll know you’ve found the perfect place for your family’s care.
Volumes of research confirm the influential role of smiles on our relationships and our self-esteem.
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Finesse Dental has been providing excellent dental care to the Rancho Cucamonga community since 2004. We have earned a distinguished reputation for how thorough our treatments are.
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To maintain whiter teeth, trust the experts. Practice impeccable oral hygiene by brushing at least twice daily with fluoride toothpaste, daily flossing, and using an antibacterial mouthwash. Minimize consumption of teeth-staining items like coffee, tea, wine, and tobacco. Consider professional teeth whitening treatments for long-lasting results, and don’t forget to schedule regular dental check-ups and cleanings at Finesse Dental for personalized advice on maintaining a brighter smile.
Scale and Clean for teeth is a standard dental procedure performed by a dental hygienist or dentist. It involves two main steps: Scaling, which removes plaque and tartar, preventing gum disease and tooth decay, and Cleaning (Polishing), which uses specialized toothpaste and tools to remove surface stains, leaving teeth smoother and more resistant to plaque buildup. Trust Finesse Dental for this routine dental care, recommended every six months, to maintain excellent oral health and prevent dental issues.
There are four main types of teeth in your mouth, each with a specific function. Our dental professionals can provide you with detailed information:
Incisors: These are the sharp, flat-front teeth used for cutting food.
Canines: Canines are pointed teeth that tear food.
Premolars: Premolars have flat surfaces with ridges and are used for grinding food.
Molars: Molars are the large, flat teeth at the back of your mouth designed for heavy grinding and crushing.