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Local Dentist is Saving Lives with His Cutting-Edge Approach to Dental Caries
Date:3/22/2013

href="http://carifree.com/dentist/shop/diagnosis/cariscreen-caries-susceptibility-testing-meter.html" onclick="linkClick(this.href)">diagnostic tools leverage biofilm testing (to determine the levels of cavity-causing bacteria in the patient’s mouth) as well as a risk assessment questionnaire. Based on the assessment Dr. Engel can tell a patient what their statistical likelihood is of developing tooth decay over the next 12 months. Never before has such predictive information been available. Patients can then measurably lower their risk for decay by utilizing professional products and behavior modification.

Dr. Engel can also offer an OralDNA bacterial test that determines the bacterial load is in your mouth and can show if a patient is at higher risk of breakdown due to gum disease. Dr. Engel can also use PerioProtect, a system that delivers hydrogen peroxide (at a very low concentration) deep into the area between the teeth and the gum tissue where the bacteria that cause gum disease live.

When a patients risk for decay and other oral health issues are lowered, the risk of diseases like heart disease and diabetes are mitigated. In addition, keeping a close eye on changes in the mouth with these assessment tools makes early detection a priority. Dr. Engel and his team provide a patient centered approach to dentistry that will direct each patient to his or her most healthy self. They aspire to be your comprehensive health and wellness experts that live by the same high standards that you do for your family. Dr. Engel states: "The Southern California Dental Health team understands the high standards you require when making choices in the care of your family. Our valued long-term patient family lives by a quality lifestyle where prevention dictates their healthcare choices. For this reason, we created our signature prevention program, Smiles Protection Plus, with your needs in mind. As our compassionate team provides you with a comfortabl
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