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We Know You Mean Well, and We Make It Easy to See the Dentist

September 28, 2017
Posted By: Dr. Sreemali Vasantha
Male Dental Patient in Chair | Dentist Concord NH

Visiting the dentist may not be at the top of your list of priorities, especially if your teeth don't hurt. However, that's exactly the best time to go to your dentist because once you're experiencing pain, the damage has already been done. Here are a few reasons why it's so important to see your dentist in Concord, NH regularly.

Prevention is the Key to Optimum Oral Health

Unlike your medical doctor, who you would see if you're sick or injured, you need to visit your dentist every six months. In the dental world, preventing issues like oral cancer, periodontal (gum) disease, and tooth decay allow you the opportunity to choose less invasive and costly treatment procedures.

Periodontal Health Affects Your Overall Health

Studies have emerged over the years about the connection between your periodontal health and your overall health and well being. We now understand that the bacteria that causes gum disease is directly related to the inflammation in the body responsible for causing issues such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, and vice versa. By taking good care of your oral health, you are also looking out for you overall health.

Education About Your Oral Health

There are many things you can do at home in order to promote good oral health. You and your dentist are partners in your oral care. This is why they take the time to educate you about your oral health. Learning the right brushing and flossing techniques and recommendations about the right products to use are another reason to spend time with your dentist.

If there are aspects of your smile you'd like to change or improve, your routine visits are a great time to discuss your goals for your smile with your dentist.

Is it time for your next dental cleaning or checkup? Give White Park Dental a call today to schedule your next appointment.


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