Preventative Dentistry

Keep your smile for life without breaking the bank.

What is Preventative Dentistry?

It’s in the name: It prevents dental disease and other conditions from worsening. It emphasizes the importance of ongoing hygiene and daily practices to prevent future problems. It’s most effective when combined with at-home oral care and chairside treatments by dental professionals.

When you visit ProGrin every six months for a check-up and professional cleaning, this allows our dentists to catch any issues in their early stages, protecting your smile and limiting your expenses (preventing you from becoming a statistic).

Know These Shocking Facts
27
percent of adults ages 20-44 have untreated tooth decay.
66
percent of adults will be missing one or more teeth by the age of 40.
2.1
million people visited the ER for dental concerns in the last 10 years.

Why Preventative Dentistry Matters

Do you want to keep your natural smile AND save your wallet?

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If so, you need preventative dentistry (comprehensive dentistry). Our dentists in our five locations in South Carolina are here to make good things happen and that includes protecting your smile! It goes without saying: You MUST take proper care of your teeth.

If you avoid the dentist and don’t take care of your smile, you risk digging into your pockets and spending thousands of dollars on restorative dental care. Just how much? Full mouth reconstruction can cost between $45,000 – $80,000! That doesn’t have to happen when practicing preventive dentistry.

Let us show you the numbers

We’re offering a free download to explain why comprehensive dentistry matters for you and your overall health. In this download, you will learn:

  • How preventative dentistry can save your smile (and your wallet) in the long run
  • The maintenance required to keep your smile in tip-top shape
  • How preventative dentistry is more convenient than you might think
  • How comprehensive dentistry works

Have Questions About Preventative Dentistry?

Get the answers straight from our comprehensive dentists.

  • Is oral health connected to overall health?

    Yes, it is! Studies have shown your oral health is a direct gateway to your body. When you stop taking care of your smile and develop dental diseases (e.g., periodontal disease), you increase your risk of severe health risks, including:

    • Heart disease
    • Diabetes
    • Alzheimer’s
    • Stroke
    • And so much more!

    That’s why it’s crucial to visit us every six months to ensure your systemic health is in tip-top shape.

  • How does it work?

    Preventative dentistry is also known as comprehensive dentistry, which involves your ProGrin dentists looking at the entire picture of your dental health. Instead of just looking at the surface symptoms and providing a quick fix, we examine what causes the dental problem and then develop a total and permanent solution. We’ll come up with a lifetime plan to get your smile healthy – and KEEP it healthy.

  • What services do you provide for preventative dentistry?

    Our expert dentists help South Carolina by offering a wide range of preventative services, including:

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“It was Absolutely Painless!”

“My front teeth were terrible for 30 years till I went to ProGrin in Greer. It was absolutely painless, and the results are fantastic. I am extremely happy. All the staff were wonderful. I will recommend them highly. Thank you all again.”

– Jim B., Actual Patient

Be Preventative

Your smile will thank you!

Your smile leaves a lasting impression, so be sure you make it count! Not only does preventative dentistry promote a healthy smile, but it’ll also keep it beautiful and increase your self-confidence. That’s worth visiting us every six months.

Additionally, your oral health is connected to your overall well-being. We truly value our patients’ quality of life. This includes our children patients because dental disease can have a detrimental effect on their growth and development. In the end, preventative dentistry can result in less extensive – and less expensive – treatment for dental conditions for all ages.