Category: Dental Checkup

Keeping Up With Your Smile Maintenance

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As you age, it is vital that you continue to care for your oral health, and this starts with a regular schedule of cleanings and examinations with your dentist. Even with a dedication to your home hygiene regimen of brushing and flossing, you still need the help of an oral healthcare provider. If it has been… Read more »

Has It Been Too Long Since Your Last Checkup?

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The routine maintenance of your smile starts at home, but you also need the help of a trained professional. Generally, healthy mouths of all ages need to be in the dental chair every six months, if not sooner. Speak with your provider about your specific needs, as environmental and genetic factors can impact your timeline…. Read more »

Schedule Your End-Of-Year Dental Exam

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In order to best keep your smile safe from harm, you must first have a thorough understanding of what factors heavily influence your oral health to begin with. Indeed, dental decay, gum disease, gingivitis, and so many other issues can pose a significant threat, and as such, it is up to us to provide adequate… Read more »

When Checkups Are Necessary For Prevention

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Dental decay, gum disease, and every other oral health concern you can think of are constant threats that plague our smile’s integrity. Indeed, while advances in dental technology and practices have made it possible to address, mitigate, and reverse damage to your oral structures, preventive dentistry remains the name of the game when caring for… Read more »

It Is Time For A Family Checkup!

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If you were to ask a number of adults what their biggest dental fear would be, tooth loss would probably be number one on their list. While there are restorative procedures available to address this concern, it is always better to act sooner rather than later and attempt to prevent these circumstances from occurring rather… Read more »

Addressing Your Dental Anxiety

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It goes without saying that many individuals and families are aware that preventive dental care – both at home and at the dentist’s office – is necessary to maintaining a lifelong grin. For some, however, the thought of extensive treatment or procedures may warrant a sense of dread, causing anxiety and, in some cases, even… Read more »