At Willow Dental, Drs. Jake Jacomet, Nicholas Dwan, and Andrea Emmerich specialize in comprehensive dentistry. Our goal is not only to treat and prevent common oral health problems like gum disease and tooth decay, but to ensure that both your mouth and body remain healthy.
With our unique, comprehensive approach to preventive care, you’ll get the treatment you need to protect your oral and whole-body health. Contact us now to schedule a consultation and get started right away.
Comprehensive dental care helps you avoid common oral health issues like cavities and tooth decay, and also allows Drs. Jake Jacomet, Nicholas Dwan, and Andrea Emmerich to gain insights into your whole-body health, and look for signs of other potential health issues.
Catching common oral health problems early allows Drs. Jake Jacomet, Nicholas Dwan, and Andrea Emmerich to prevent them or treat them before they become more serious. For example, catching potential decay early eliminates the need for a cavity. This saves you money on further dental treatments.
Some chronic health issues like diabetes, for example, are often detected by dentists before other doctors. Our training allows us to provide expert care and address a variety of health issues that face our patients.
After your treatment at our office, you’ll know that your mouth is completely healthy, and you’ll gain insights into your whole-body health, too. This gives you peace of mind to enjoy your day-to-day life. And if Drs. Jake Jacomet, Nicholas Dwan, and Andrea Emmerich notice an issue, they’ll schedule the treatment you need right away.
To begin your treatment, you’ll need to see Drs. Jake Jacomet, Nicholas Dwan, or Andrea Emmerich for an initial consultation. We recommend scheduling oral exams and teeth cleanings every six months. This familiarizes our team with your oral health, allowing us to provide better overall care.
After your initial consultation, Drs. Jake Jacomet, Nicholas Dwan, or Andrea Emmerich will discuss their findings with you. Then, they will recommend a personalized treatment plan based on the results of your exam, your health history, your lifestyle, and other factors.
At-home oral hygiene is incredibly important for comprehensive care. If you do not brush and floss regularly, you will be far more likely to experience common oral health problems like cavities. Drs. Jake Jacomet, Nicholas Dwan, and Andrea Emmerich will make recommendations to ensure you maintain great at-home oral hygiene.
Yes. You should use fluoride toothpaste to clean your teeth, and drink tap water, since it contains fluoride. Fluoride is extremely safe and effective. It strengthens your teeth and prevents decay. There are no valid scientific studies showing that fluoride is unsafe when used in accordance with a dentist’s recommendation.