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BEAVERTON, OR, May 01, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Visiting Dr. Paul Brooks Noland, dentist in Beaverton, at his practice for regular checkups and cleanings can help prevent many dental problems as well as to help patients maintain optimal oral health. In order to provide his patients with the best care possible, Dr. Noland offers advice for his patients by sharing dental tips for when to visit the dentist in Beaverton, OR for treatment.
"Regular dentist visits to our office allow us to find early signs of disease. By visiting our office every four to six months, we can treat problems while they are still in a manageable stage. If you maintain these visits in addition to proper at home care, we can keep your smile glowing for longer," said Dr. Noland, cosmetic dentist in Beaverton.
On average, visiting Dr. Noland twice a year works well for most people. However, many can get away with fewer visits while others need more frequent visits. People with very little risk of cavities or gum disease can do fine visiting Dr. Paul Noland, Beaverton, OR dentist, just once a year. Patients with a high-risk of dental disease might need to visit every three or four months. This high-risk group includes smokers, diabetics, people with current gum disease, people with weak immune response to bacterial infection and those who tend to get cavities or buildup of plaque.
Most symptoms and problems that occur with a patient's mouth, teeth, and gums are not emergencies and usually can wait for an appointment with Dr. Noland and his team of dental professionals at his practice. However, urgent attention is needed if a patient knocks out a tooth, chips or breaks a tooth, experiences a toothache, has gum swelling or redness, jaw pain, and an array of other complications. When an emergency arises, Dr. Noland, emergency dentist in Beaverton, urges his patients to contact Dr. Noland's practice immediately for the best care possible.
To learn more about Dr. Noland, his staff or any of the services or specials offered at his practice, patients are encouraged to visit his comprehensive dental website at http://www.nolanddental.com.
About Dr. Paul Noland: Dr. Paul Brooks Noland, Beaverton dentist, has been practicing dentistry since graduating from the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, where he graduated at the top of his class. Since 2008, Dr. Noland has undergone 346 hours of continuing education programs. Dr. Noland and his staff offer a variety of services including dentures, crowns, bridges, teeth whitening, root canals and implants in Beaverton. Dr. Noland is a member of the American Dental Association, Oregon Dental Association, Washington County Dental Society, Academy of General Dentistry and Tufts Alumni Association.
Dr. Paul Brooks Noland, D.M.D.
12400 SW Allen Boulevard
Beaverton, OR 97005
(503) 646-8123 fax
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