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You know the importance of visiting your doctor frequently for check ups, but it is equally important to regularly visit your dentist to maintain good oral health. Besides just receiving a complete cleaning, visiting our office regularly can help you maintain your overall health, and even catch potential health issues at their earliest stages. Your teeth and gums are directly connected to other parts of your body, especially your heart.
Even if you brush your teeth twice a day and floss regularly, your teeth and gums still need some extra TLC. Our dental hygienists are experienced experts at preventative cleaning to keep your smile bright and healthy. Many people only visit the doctor or dentist when they have a problem, but regular teeth cleanings every six months are necessary to prevent problems before they begin. Having your teeth cleaned by a professional will help prevent gum disease, which in turn will help prevent early tooth loss. Gum disease also has strong links to cardiovascular disease, which means that taking care of your teeth also helps you take care of your heart. By getting your teeth cleaned regularly, you will be protecting yourself from increased risk for heart attacks and strokes.
At cleanings, our dental hygienists and dentists will also be able to detect early signs of problems like broken fillings, fractures in the teeth, and even oral cancer. Additionally, our hygienists will usually be able to polish away pesky stains that dull your smile’s sparkle. Coffee and wine are two adult favorites that can stain your teeth, and while regular brushing is essential to maintain oral health you’ll notice how much brighter your smile is after a visit to Hull and Appel Family Dentistry.
“Very accommodating… top notch service from the receptionist to the dentist and the assistant… I left feeling relieved and happy.”
— Charles Beatty
“Every detail of the visit, you are made to feel comfortable and welcome. I actually look forward to going to the dentist!”
— Carolyn White