READY TO IMPROVE YOUR DENTAL HEALTH?
Follow these easy steps to get started!
Schedule Your Visit
Please schedule your visit with Young Dental by calling (563) 652-3438.
Complete Registration Forms
For your convenience, our registration forms can be downloaded below. Please feel free to print them and bring them in to our office completed for your visit.
Explore Your Payment Options
We want all our patients to receive the dental care they deserve. For your convenience, we accept cash, check, and credit card. As a courtesy to our patients, we submit charges directly to your insurance company.
We are also pleased to refer our patients to CareCredit, a third-party financing option that lets you distribute your bill into affordable monthly payments. You can learn more about CareCredit here.
Feel free to contact us at any time with any questions!
WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR DENTAL HEALTH
We are dedicated to educating and communicating with our patients about their dental health, and want to empower them to make better decisions.
Here are our recommendations for a healthy smile:
- Brush your teeth at least twice each day with fluoride toothpaste. Aim for first thing in the morning and before going to bed. Once a day, use floss to clean food your toothbrush missed.
- Drink water that contains added fluoride if you can. Fluoride protects against dental decay. Most public water systems in the United States have added fluoride. Check with your community’s water or health department to find out if there is fluoride in your water. You also may want to use a fluoride mouth rinse, along with brushing and flossing, to help prevent tooth decay.
- Gently brush all sides of your teeth with a soft-bristled brush. Round and short back-and-forth strokes work best. Take time to brush along the gum line, and lightly brush your tongue to help remove plaque and food.
- Ask your dentist or dental hygienist to show you the best way to floss your teeth.
- Change your toothbrush every 3 months, or earlier if the toothbrush looks worn or the bristles spread out. A new toothbrush removes more plaque.
- If you wear dentures, be sure to remove them at night and clean them before putting them back in the next morning.
- Limit how much of soda you drink. Even diet soda contains acids that can erode tooth enamel.