Roper Dental Group

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Comprehensive Care at Roper Dental Group

Plaque buildup is a common dental concern that can lead to various oral health issues if left untreated. At Roper Dental Group, we are dedicated to providing exceptional dental care, including safe and affordable dental checkups, to help you combat plaque and maintain a healthy smile. With convenient locations in Gilbert, Mesa, and San Tan Valley, we offer comprehensive services to address plaque-related concerns. Read on to learn more about our plaque-fighting solutions and how to schedule an appointment.

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Schedule an Appointment for Plaque

Scheduling an appointment with our experienced dentists is the first step in tackling plaque-related concerns. During your visit, our skilled professionals will:  
  • Conduct a thorough dental examination:We assess the health of your teeth and gums, looking for signs of plaque buildup and its effects on your oral health.
  • Perform professional teeth cleaning:Our dental hygienists will skillfully remove plaque and tartar deposits from hard-to-reach areas, significantly reducing the risk of dental decay and gum disease.
  • Provide personalized oral hygiene instructions: We believe in empowering our patients to maintain good oral health at home. Our team will offer guidance on proper brushing and flossing techniques, as well as recommend effective oral care products.
  • Safe and Affordable Dental Checkups

    Your safety and comfort are of utmost importance to us. At Roper Dental Group, we follow strict infection control protocols recommended by the CDC and ADA. Our commitment to providing a clean and sterile environment ensures that your dental checkups are conducted with the highest standards of safety and hygiene. We understand that quality dental care should be accessible to all. Our services are designed to be affordable, and we work with various insurance providers to help you maximize your coverage. We also offer flexible payment options, making dental care convenient and budget-friendly.

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    Best service ever! From the front desk staff to being in the chair with Dr. Matt Roper, the care & consideration is stellar! Thank you!

    David S.
    Very pleasant, knowledgeable staff and always available when needed!
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    Frequently Ask Question

    More questions? We’re ready to help. Give us a call at 480-963-9900 or book your free consultation now.

    Plaque is a sticky, colorless film of bacteria that constantly forms on our teeth. When plaque is not removed through proper oral hygiene practices like brushing and flossing, it can lead to dental issues such as tooth decay, gum disease, and bad breath. Plaque eventually turns into tartar, which a dental professional can only remove. Plaque eventually turns into tartar, which a dental professional can only remove.

    Preventing plaque buildup starts with maintaining a consistent oral hygiene routine. Brush your teeth at least twice a day using fluoride toothpaste and a soft-bristled toothbrush. Don’t forget to floss daily to remove plaque and food particles from between your teeth. 

    Signs of plaque buildup include a fuzzy or rough feeling on the teeth, visibly stained or discolored teeth, persistent bad breath, and bleeding or swollen gums. If you notice any of these signs, it’s essential to schedule a dental appointment for a thorough examination and professional cleaning.

    While regular brushing and flossing can help prevent plaque buildup, once it hardens into tartar, it cannot be removed with at-home oral care methods. Only a dental professional can effectively remove tartar during a professional cleaning.

    Ignoring plaque buildup can lead to serious dental issues. If left untreated, plaque can cause tooth decay, gum inflammation (gingivitis), gum disease (periodontitis), tooth loss, and even contribute to systemic health problems such as heart disease.