Dental Cleanings and Exams Start Smiling With Confidence
  • Catch oral problems while they’re still small
  • Enjoy that “fresh-from-the-dentist” feeling
  • Schedule checkups as early as 7:30 a.m.

Let Your Smile Shine With Dental Cleanings & Exams in Cincinnati, OH

Regular dental cleanings and exams in Cincinnati will help keep your smile looking gorgeous! Bell Dental Group will give your smile the care it needs to shine. Dr. Chuck Bell, Dr. Dave Bell, Jr., Dr. Maggie Ernst, Dr. Joyce Crowe, and our whole team help patients of all ages maintain healthy, beautiful smiles. We treat our patients like family – we always greet you warmly and listen intently to your concerns and smile goals.

To make every visit more pleasant, we offer a variety of comfort options, including:

  • A coffee and drink station
  • Cozy neck pillows and warm blankets
  • TVs and headphones in every care room
  • Dental sedation options if needed

Call our team today to schedule your next regular checkup: 513-802-9440 . We’re located at 2767 Erie Ave., not far from both St. Mary Grade School and Hyde Park School. For your convenience, our office is open as early as 7:30 a.m. and as late as 7:30 p.m.

No insurance? We can help! Ask us how to join the Bell Dental Group Membership Club!

We’ll Pamper Your Smile During Your Exam & Cleaning

Stats Image About 1 out of 4 adults has untreated decay. Source.
Even with excellent oral hygiene, some areas in your mouth are impossible to clean without professional help. When you visit us for a dental cleaning and dental exam, we will explain each process before we begin so you  know exactly what to expect. If you are a new patient, you will probably spend about two hours with us – an hour with one of our dentists and an hour with a hygienist.

Not only will we thoroughly clean each of your teeth, but we will also clean your gums and check for any signs of dental issues and diseases, like gum disease and oral cancer.

Thanks to the state-of-the-art dental technology we use, like our DIAGNOdent cavity detector and digital X-rays, we’ll catch signs of tooth decay that might otherwise go overlooked. This also ensures that if we do find a problem, we can solve it while it is still small and easily manageable, saving you time and money in the long term.

We love getting to know new patients! An uninsured patient can expect the following costs:

  • New patient exam – $122
  • Dental cleaning – $127
  • X-rays – $86+ (this varies based on need)

Keep your smile healthy and beautiful with dental cleanings and exams in Cincinnati from Bell Dental Group. Call us today at 513-802-9440 to schedule your next checkup. You can also schedule online.

Common Questions About Dental Cleanings and Exams

How long does a dental exam and cleaning take?

The time needed for these services will vary depending on several factors, including whether we’ve seen you before and what shape your smile is in. Typically, though, it won’t require more than an hour. It will be time well spent, as your teeth will look and feel great!

How soon after my cleaning can I eat?

The good news is there’s no reason to wait to eat after your cleaning. However, your teeth and gums may be a little sensitive. So, you may want to avoid extremely hot, cold, or acidic food and beverages for a few hours. Be sure to ask your dentist if you have any concerns about what you can eat or drink after your appointment.

Why should I get a dental exam if I’m not in pain?

If you wait until you are in pain, you already have a serious problem. On top of that, not all dental problems cause pain. By getting regular exams, you get the benefit of having dental professionals look at your mouth. We can identify potential problems or catch them in the early stages. That allows us to fix them before you may need expensive and invasive treatments.

Do dental checkups include oral cancer screenings?

Yes. Dental checkups typically involve a thorough cleaning, comprehensive exam, and dental X-rays to look for signs of problems like tooth decay or gum disease; an oral cancer screening; and time with your dentist to talk about any current or potential oral health issues that need to be addressed.