The start of a new year is a great time to restore your oral health with a routine preventive care visit with Dr. Tom Trinkner in Columbia, or to consider getting that “smile makeover” you have always wanted!

In recent years, there has been mounting evidence showing the connection between oral health and overall physical health and well being. These studies have sown that it is important to maintain optimal oral health with regular preventive dental care to reduce and/or prevent the incidence of tooth decay and gum disease- both of which can lead to more complex dental health problems as well as an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke, diabetes and other general health issues.

Keeping your smile healthy is an important part of overall good health! Dr. Trinkner, DDS, and his staff will provide not only a thorough cleaning and exam during preventive care visits, but they will take the time to educate their dental patients on proper at home oral hygiene as well as recommend necessary or preventive restorative procedures that can increase the longevity of a patient’s natural smile.

Dr. Trinkner, a nationally recognized expert in cosmetic and restorative dentistry, offers a wide variety of restorative and cosmetic dental procedures to meet the needs of his Columbia area dental patients.

If you are ready for a “smile makeover”, either subtle or dramatic, schedule a consultation with Dr. Trinkner. With the use of 2 and 3-D digital imaging, Dr. Trinkner can show patients how they will look after a specific procedure. This allows patients to consider their options before treatment and make the best choice for their health goals and budget. Dr. Trinkner emphasizes the importance of balancing function AND aesthetics when recommending cosmetic or restorative procedures- this is the key to providing long term results for patients.

Start your 2014 with a bright, healthy smile and boost your personal confidence!

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