Lawson S. Rener DDS Emphasizes Preventive Dental Care

Preventive dental care is the best and most cost-effective way to keep from developing serious problems such as gum disease, severe tooth decay and even oral cancer. Healthy mouth ensures healthy body, and the problems with gums and teeth can give rise to other health related issues. Researches show that there is a link between oral health problems and other health issues like respiratory problems, cardiovascular issues and diabetes. Preventive dental care will help detect all kinds of dental issues earlier, to ensure that they can be treated efficiently and quickly. There is no denying to the fact that regular brushing and flossing is important to ensure the health of gums and teeth. However, it is also important to work closely with a professional dentist who monitors your oral health and has an ability to diagnose possible problems. Moreover, being careful of what you drink and eat is also an important point to consider, because some beverages and foods can stain teeth, and increase the risks of decay or cavities.

Lawson S. Rener DDS is a well-known family dentist based in Kansas City, and provides top quality dental-care to the entire family at affordable prices. At his dental office located in Medical Plaza Complex (Kansas City), he has a highly skilled, knowledgeable and friendly staff of dental health-care professionals who make every effort possible to provide comfortable dental experience. Dr. Lawson S. Rener DDS provides a relaxed and informal atmosphere throughout his dental office and aims at reducing traditional dental anxieties. He emphasizes preventive dental care instead of repair-and-wait approach and pays personalized attention to each patient. Using the most advanced equipment and procedures, he ensures that the patients achieve a beautiful and healthy smile.

Lawson S. Rener DDS received his Bachelor of Arts degree (Biology), and Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Missouri at Kansas City. He has huge experience in general dentistry, and has served as an Assistant Clinical Professor at UMKC. Presently, he is working as a Staff Dentist at St. Luke’s Hospital, Kansas City and aims at improving the quality of his patients’ lives.