Exams and Cleanings

Exams and Cleanings Elk Grove, CA

Reverse gum disease/decay through prevention.

When you visit the office of Dr. Wallace J. bellamy you will discover a dental office where every member of your family can achieve a healthy, beautiful smile. Dr. Bellamy takes considerable care in providing gentle, quality dentistry. Even patients who have avoided the dentist for years will find that exploring options for better oral health is easy! Our services include the usual preventive exams and teeth cleanings that every patient needs to protect smiles from damage, and we can also provide protective services to keep certain problems (like teeth grinding) from advancing.

Our general/preventative/protective dental services include:

  • Dental checkups/exams
  • Teeth cleanings (prophy)
  • Children and kid’s dentistry
  • Fluoride treatment
  • Night-guards for teeth grinding (bruxism)
  • Custom athletic mouthguards

We know that even the thought of a dental checkup can be nerve-wracking for patients who have had negative experiences in the past. Dr. Bellamy and his team will use a variety of techniques that our patients say have helped them completely forget why they were ever afraid to visit the dentist! These same gentle techniques make our office a great place to bring your children as well, making ours a full-service family dentistry practice.

Call Fountain Plaza Family Dental and Dr. Bellamy at (916) 683-3011 or use our online form to schedule an appointment with Dr. Bellamy. With our focus on comfortable dentistry, we take the stress out of visiting the dentist’s office.

Prevention is the best way to protect your dental health. At Fountain Plaza Family Dental, we want to help every member of your family avoid future dental work by ensuring we catch problems early, before they do harm to enamel and gum tissue.

Elk Grove dentist Dr. Wallace J. Bellamy and his team members are here to help you understand how your lifestyle and behavior affects the health of your teeth and gums. Prevention is a priority, so we use a variety of resources and visual aids to explain the process of how plaque build-up leads to decay and eventually causes gum disease.