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Tired of cavities turning up at your routine exams? We want you to be able to arrive at a decay-free place, and we’ll do everything possible to help you get there. But it all starts with making some changes to the ways your treat your teeth at home. While your dental exams and cleanings are crucial in preventing plaque buildup, our efforts need to be supported by daily care. Brushing, flossing, eating right, and giving your smile what it needs will help you keep your grin healthy and happy for many years to come.
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when you’re taking on changes to your daily routine. Where do you start, and how can you ensure that your efforts pay off? We’ve put together a quick infographic to help you get started. Once you’re finished taking a look at the tips below, get in touch to schedule your next dental exam. Seeing us twice yearly not only allows you to stop cavities and gingivitis before they grow serious, but provides you with opportunities to learn more about your personal dental health. Get product recommendations, hygiene tips, and more – schedule today!
Daily Steps Toward a Cavity-Proof Smile
Why Great Dental Health Matters
Solid oral health does more than just keep your teeth and gums happy. Emerging research suggests that our teeth and gums may be more connected to systemic health than we realize. Periodontal disease is an especially sinister concern, as it has the potential to be linked to serious conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and even Alzheimer’s.
Even small changes in your mouth like hard-to-shake bad breath or puffy gums could be an indicator of larger problems taking hold. Always be vigilant – pay attention to your teeth, and react accordingly. If you’re ever nervous about something new, it never hurts to check in with Dr. Hoffman and learn more.