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Routine Dental Checkups Help Your Smile
Dental Checkups | Oct 19, 2018

There are some pretty compelling reasons to make sure that you make your routine dental checkup appointments. They are a big part of your smile, and most people do not realize just how important they are. Regular dental visits allow your dentist to look for potential health problems that can destroy your smile and monitor them to make sure that they are getting better if you have any. Routine dental checkups can have a major impact on what your smile will look like down the road, and getting the right dental treatment now starts with having those regular checkups to look for problems.

Routine Dental Checkups Help Your Smile

What most people do is they wait until it is too late to go to the dentist. If you go to the dentist to have a tooth removed because you are experiencing excruciating pain, then it is too late to save that tooth. Your dentist has to remove it in order to take care of your pain. However, if you have regular dental checkups, then your dentist is going to notice a problem long before this excruciating pain comes along and be able to treat the problem so that you never have to have a tooth removed. Replacing a tooth that has to be extracted can be expensive and uncomfortable, but taking care of your teeth to prevent a problem is actually pretty easy.

Standard Procedures

In addition, regular dental checkups will allow your dentist to perform standard procedures such as teeth cleaning. Teeth cleaning is an important procedure that removes plaque and tartar buildup and polishes your teeth to make your smile look amazing. However, unless you have regular dental checkups, you are probably not going to have the regular cleaning your teeth need and that is going to have a major impact on your smile.

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DENTAL CLEANING

A dental cleaning is a professional cleaning you receive from a dentist or dental hygienist.  Cleanings should be performed every six months to prevent excessive plaque buildup.  Plaque left untreated can lead to unhealthy gums and tooth decay. A routine dental cleaning should include scaling, root planing and polishing.

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