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Why You Need Regular Dental Exams

Posted by DR. DIZIK on Mar 29 2022, 08:58 AM

Why You Need Regular Dental Exams

A dentist's office may be a scary place due to dental anxiety and fear or considering it as the least priority. However, a routine dental checkup is an initial solution for various future oral issues and other health complications. Regular dental visits help to keep your teeth and gums healthy by removing plaque and tartar buildup and allowing the teeth to sparkling brighter.

How Often Should You Visit the Dentist?

Dental experts recommend visiting the dentist every six months for the maintenance of the health of teeth and gums. Early signs of cavities, gum diseases, and oral cancer cannot be addressed with just excellent oral care at home. People who smoke, have diabetes and have a chain of gum diseases need to visit the dentist every three to four months.

Important Reasons Why You Require Routine Dental Visits

The dentist can recognize early signs of oral cancer through routine checkups. Oral cancer at its early stages is easily treatable.

There are areas where plaque buildup may be difficult to remove without professional help. A regular dental visit can take care of your plaque and tartar before it turns into serious oral issues.

Tartar buildup eventually causes not only tooth decay but also causes infection in the gums too. The condition could damage the bone that holds the teeth. 

Regular dental cleaning catches the tenderness or swelling in the gums early before it gets out of hand.

Dental X-rays during your dental exam detect what oral issues are happening beneath your teeth, gums, and mouth. Oral issues like impacted teeth, bone decay, swelling, cysts, or tumors that cannot be identified with your naked eye are easily diagnosed with X-rays.

Are Dental Visits Worth the Time?

Of course, yes. Dentists professionally clean your teeth, mouth, and tongue and address the oral issues which go unnoticed during oral care at home. Apart from diagnosing oral issues, they are paving a gateway to good overall health. 

As the old saying goes “A stitch in time saves nine”, finding and rectifying issues well ahead of time helps to lessen the impact it can create in the future. This way you will be saving money as well on complex surgeries. 

If you are due for your next routine dental checkup, get in touch with us at Diana Dizik, DDS, 720 N El Camino Real, San Mateo, CA 94401, United States. Call (650) 348-5424 for an appointment.

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