Keeping Your Smile Strong
at Cindy Tseng, DDS
We focus on preventive care and education because we want your smile to be happy and healthy. Regular checkups are paramount to maintaining positive oral health, so we use state-of-the-art technology during dental health assessments. We use intraoral cameras and digital x-rays to make sure we catch any dental health issues early and provide accurate, efficient care.
Welcome New Patients!
$160 Comprehensive Exam
We always love meeting new patients and we would feel honored to be a part of your dental health journey. To show our gratitude for new patients and as part of our commitment to affordable, quality care, we offer a $160 comprehensive exam and cleaning at your first appointment. The exam includes a deep cleaning, x-rays to get an accurate picture of your dental health, and a customized treatment plan. Call us today to schedule an appointment!Learn More
Protect Your Smile
with Dental Sealants
Dental sealants are a great way to keep harmful bacteria away from your teeth. Sealants act as barriers to keep your smile safe from sugary foods and build-up of substances that can be detrimental to your dental health. These devices cover the chewing areas of your teeth and ensure that your pearly whites aren’t damaged.
Gain Peace of Mind
with Oral Cancer Screenings
Every time you're in our chair, we review many aspects of your health. Subtle changes in the lining of your mouth call for a closer evaluation, regardless of whether you use tobacco or not. Early detection of oral cancer saves many lives every year, and we're trained to recognize a myriad of oral tissue abnormalities. At Cindy Tseng, DDS, you’re in good hands and you’ll always have peace of mind knowing that your health has been thoroughly assessed.
Remove Tooth Decay
with Gentle Tooth Extractions
If you have a damaged tooth, our dentists will always try to keep it intact with a root canal or another restorative treatment. However, when a tooth has been badly damaged by decay, infection, or an injury, it may be necessary to remove it. Signs that your tooth may be damaged or infected are: sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures, pain while chewing, a grayish coloring of the tooth, or inflamed gums. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, give us a call today to go over your options.
Keep Your Gums Healthy
with Periodontal Care
Periodontal disease (also known as gum disease) is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults today. A devastating condition when left untreated, periodontitis doesn't have to write your story. A strategic approach with focused treatment and home care is essential to control this chronic bacterial infection, and our dentists can help with personalized treatment plans. If you notice bleeding when you brush or floss, of if your gum line is receding, give us a call today to start your treatment and get your smile back to health.