Our Advanced Dental Technology
At DentaCare, Dr. Hobbs and our experienced dental team use cutting-edge dental technology to provide you with durable, long-lasting dentures that will enhance your smile. This includes:
- CT Imaging and Digital 3D X-Rays — We use computerized imaging and 3D X-rays to capture precise images of your mouth, teeth, and gums. This data is digital, which makes it easy to store and retrieve. That results in superior treatment planning and better results for you. This technology is much safer than less advanced types of dental imagery.
- Intraoral Camera — Our tiny intraoral camera allows Dr. Hobbs to take detailed electronic photos of your mouth and oral structures. This invaluable data is viewable on a computer screen for easy treatment planning. Dr. Hobbs can also use this information to answer any questions you might have and keep you informed about your treatment plan.
What our patients are saying
“I found DentaCare in Longview. To start, everyone there was very nice and inviting. By far the most informative Dental company I have ever been to. They took their time to explain everything before my teeth cleaning and were very professional and kind… Thank you everyone at DentaCare.”
– Gregory A.
Frequently Asked Questions
What can I do to maintain good oral health?
To maintain the health of your teeth and gums, it’s important to have an oral hygiene routine that includes brushing twice a day, flossing regularly, and rinsing between meals. You should also schedule regular dental check-ups and cleanings at least once every six months, or at least twice a year. This allows dentists to eliminate any buildup of plaque or bacteria — preventing cavities, gum disease, and more.
How often should I make a dental appointment?
It’s best to schedule regular dental appointments with Dr. Hobbs at least twice a year for professional cleanings and checkups unless otherwise recommended. During these appointments, we can examine your oral health, including screening for oral cancer.
We also perform diagnostic testing to get a closer look at problems with your gums and teeth to see decay that may not be causing pain. Scheduling regular appointments allow our dental team to focus on keeping your teeth healthy and mitigating any problems before they require more complex and invasive procedures.