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You Need to Make Sure Your Dental Health Is Prioritized Properly
Posted on 5/18/2020 by Office
You Need to Make Sure Your Dental Health Is Prioritized ProperlyPeople end up spending a lot on dental care because they don't place priorities on professional cleanings and exams, and at-home brushing and flossing. If they followed a regular program of dental hygiene, they would significantly cut costs and retain their smile for life. The following information will help you assess your dental routine and, in some cases, make some important changes.

How You Should Prioritize At-home Care


You need to be self-disciplined when practicing dental care at home. For example, you need to brush with a fluoride toothpaste twice a day for two minutes at a time. Flossing should be done at least once a day. You might also consider buying a water flosser to keep out debris between your teeth and at the gum line. A soft bristle brush will prevent enamel erosion. For added cleaning power, you might opt for an electric toothbrush with a soft and round oscillating head.

Keep Your Regular Biannual Appointments


To ensure that any decay is removed, and the teeth are treated properly, schedule cleanings, x-rays, and exams every six months. When you combine regular dental appointments with routine at-home care, you can save money on dental treatments and prevent any dental problem from getting worse. For example, it is better to fill a small cavity now than to wait until you are dealing with an expensive root canal. When it comes to placing priorities, practicing preventative measures will go a long way in helping you maintain your smile.

Why not start today? Give us a call and schedule an appointment for a cleaning, exam, and consultation. Our first priority is you. We hope you make regular dental visits a priority too. You can phone us anytime or schedule an appointment by emailing us or contacting us online. We can always fit you in and accommodate your schedule.

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