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Why Routine Dental Visits Are So Important

Last updated 6 years ago

Visiting the dentist regularly is crucial to keeping your gums and teeth healthy and strong. Here are three great reasons why you should never skip out on a dentist appointment:

  • Check for cavities. Regular dental checkups not only help you maintain your dental hygiene, but they also can help you save money in the long run. By visiting the dentist regularly, you will be able to catch any cavities before they become too serious, as well as prevent future cavities from occurring. Since cavities get worse with time and can cause severe discomfort and tooth loss, you should see a dentist frequently to minimize pain and futur exorbitant costs.
  • Prevent gum disease. Rates of gingivitis and periodontitis are extremely high among Americans and are caused by a lack of dental hygiene. You should brush and floss your teeth every day in order to avoid gum disease and should schedule routine dental checkups to stay on top of your oral health. Dentists will be able to assess the health of your gums and can diagnose gum disease no matter what stage it is in. If gum disease is detected early, then you can avoid potential loss of teeth, bad breath, and even a heart attack or stroke.
  • Get rid of plaque. While regular brushing and flossing is important for keeping plaque at bay, even the most avid brushers will still have potentially harmful plaque buildup on their teeth. Plaque, the buildup of bacteria and food particles on your teeth, can be kept under control by scheduling regular teeth cleanings with your dentist.

If you are looking for a dentist that can perform laser gum therapy and keep your teeth clean and healthy, then come in to Colorado Advanced Dentistry. Visit our website or call us at (720) 420-1103 for more information about our services.


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