When was the last time you had an appointment at our office? If it has been over a year, you are waiting too long between cleanings and exams. By visiting us every 6 months, you can address any dental problems before they become full-blown dental issues.
Why You Should Schedule Regular Dental Cleanings and Exams Twice a Year
Do not make a visit to our office only once a year. Waiting that long can lead to some costly dental treatments. We recommend that you see us every 6 months, so we can treat dental cavities before they become worse and address any small problems with gingivitis. These types of dental conditions will not get better, but only worsen over time. Moreover, by scheduling in-office visits twice a year, you will get a more thorough dental cleaning - one that will help you avoid further problems with decay. While brushing and flossing each day should be done, you also need to supplement your at-home care with in-office interventions. Even if you brush and floss daily, some tartar will form. When plaque hardens into tartar, it needs to be removed professionally.
Practicing Preventive Dentistry
By seeing us twice, instead of once, a year, we can practice preventive dentistry, which results in healthier teeth and gums. Again, don't wait until you have a serious dental problem before you visit our office. Instead, have x-rays and images taken of your teeth and gums to stop any dental problems from escalating over time. Why should you pay more for your dental care when you can take advantage of preventive dentistry? By seeing us every 6 months, you can better ensure the health of your mouth, teeth, and gums overall.
Make it a resolution to visit us every 6 months to stay on top of your dental care routine. By taking this approach, you can more positively focus on your oral health and avoid serious dental issues from surfacing. Give us a call to schedule a cleaning, consultation, and exam now.
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