Category: Checkup

The Importance Of Regular Dental Visits

Have you ever left the ‘check engine’ light on your car too long? Maybe it popped up, you ignored it, and then found yourself with a costly repair bill when you finally could ignore it no longer. Regular dental visits is akin to regular oil changes with your car. If you wait for the ‘check… Read more »

How Often Do You Visit Your Dentist?

Can you recall the last time you visited your dentist? Do you have your next appointment scheduled? Regular dental checkups address your oral health, and offer a detailed cleaning of your teeth. Typically, a patient should visit every six months. When you forgo dental checkups, and only see the dentist when something is wrong, you… Read more »

How Routine Dental Visits Go Beyond Teeth Cleaning

The cleaning you receive from your hygienist during a routine dental checkup is majorly beneficial to your oral health, but routine visits involve more than just a cleaning. A checkup gives your dentist an opportunity to examine your overall oral health, and identify problems before you notice symptoms. A routine checkup also allows your dentist… Read more »

When Was Your Last Dental Checkup?

It’s important to make dental visits a priority for the sake of your oral health. When was your last dental checkup? If you can’t remember then it has been too long! You could be missing out on early detection of dental disease or allowing hardened tartar to build up in excess if you have skipped… Read more »

Digital X-Rays: Your FAQs

When it comes to providing our patients with the comfort they deserve, one of the ways we ensure this is with the use of advanced technology like digital X-rays. While you likely have a solid understanding of what this type of imaging is used for – it gives us a closer look at the internal… Read more »

FAQs: Why Do We Need Regular Checkups?

Be honest: When was the last time you or your family had a checkup? Routine dental exams are crucial for maintaining healthy, attractive smiles. Without them, you could miss the early signs of common dental issues, allowing problems to progress and endanger your smile.