Get Regular Dental Cleaning & Check-Ups To Prevent Problems!
Providing Preventative Measures – Cleaning & Exams in Birmingham Since 1983
Our practice has been in operation in Birmingham since 1983, providing dental services and preventative measures like cleaning, exams, routine fillings and more. Dr. Edward Jones is our primary dental practitioner. He is a licensed doctor of dental medicine in dentistry (DMD). Dr. Jones is also a licensed medical doctor (MD), with practical experience from both the dental and medical fields. The dental work we perform is designed to meet your needs and it all begins with a free, no pressure exam. We are here to deliver you great information and care, at a value. As you consider your choices of clinics and cosmetic dentists, please give us a call, schedule an evaluation and let us help you consider your options. Touch here to call us on your mobile phone at (205) 979-0478. Read more about us and connect. We’re glad to answer questions.
Don’t Be Like This Guy! Get Regular Exams & Prevent Problems
Some people put off visiting a dentist for years and that can lead to big problems. Once decay begins, it does not stop until a dentist stops it by treating the cause and preventing it from continuing. The best way to avoid dental problems is to get regular exams. Our staff is focused on maintaining and creating great smiles and improving your health. We provide preventative care that includes regular exams and check-ups, teeth cleaning & fillings. If you have had problems with your teeth, we also perform more unique procedures like placing dental implants, veneers and crowns. We are conveniently located in Hoover, serving the greater Birmingham area with easy access from I-459 near the Galleria, off U.S. Highway 31, behind the Hoover Public Library.
It is recommended that you visit a dentist to have an exam and teeth cleaning two times each year. If you are someone who has periodontal disease, where teeth and gums are more prone to infection, you should have an exam more frequently. People who have medical conditions like heart disease or diabetes should also have their teeth examined twice each year because of the risk of associated dental problems. Even if you do a great job of brushing and flossing your teeth you should have an annual exam so your dentist can detect problems early.
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The best way to begin is to let us help review your situation and then offer helpful solutions for you to consider. Touch here to call us at (205) 979-0478. We are glad to discuss your needs. Some people would like to pay over time, and to help with that we accept CareCredit. It’s a flexible payment platform that can make payment simpler and easier.