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DID YOU DELAY YOUR DENTAL CARE?



One in three people postponed dental treatment in the last 12 months. Poor oral hygiene and delayed dental appointments can lead to various dental problems so during Dental Heath Week, it may be the perfect time to remember to get back on track and not let the disruption take its toll on your oral health. There are so many reasons to maintain good oral health. If you are looking for one, look no further. Healthy Mouth, Healthy Body Oral health is important for your overall health. Poor dental care can lead to severe health issues. It is crucial to visit your dentist once in every 6 months to maintain optimal oral health. Preventative care While regular dental checkups are essential for cleaning, screening, and monitoring existing and potential problems, they also help prevent other oral complications like a fractured tooth, tooth decay and gum disease. Identify Problems Early A routine dental appointment identifies oral problems early, thus giving you the best chance of effective treatment. Gum Health Gum disease is an inflammatory condition in which your immune system is focused on healing the inflammation, and in doing so can take its toll in resources to fight other infections. Therefore, routine cleanings are essential to prevent gum disease. Prevent Oral Cancer During your dental visits, your dentist will check for signs of oral cancer, such as a growth or sore on your cheeks, lips, tongue, mouth floor, hard or soft palate, and throat. Early diagnosis is always best for effective treatment. Fix Dental Problems Dentists offer various effective and budget-friendly solutions to fix or restore your chipped or cracked teeth, worn-down teeth, and missing teeth. It is never too late to fix your dental problems. Restore Your Confidence Fixing your dental problems and improving your smile is a great confidence booster.

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