Why should I have a dental checkup every year?

” Peace begins with a smile.” — Mother Teresa.

There is no peace without smiles. When you have a healthy smile, you can light up a room and the world. But did you know that maintaining good oral health is about more than just keeping your teeth looking their best? It is common for your mouth to be full of bacteria, most of which are harmless. There are, however, some types of bacteria that can lead to tooth decay and gum disease.

That’s why it’s so important to schedule regular dental exams. Your dentist can spot early signs and prevent bigger problems in the future.

So how often should you see a dentist? The American Dental Association and Smillz.com both recommend that people see a dentist every six months for cleanings and examinations. Your dentist may need to see you more frequently (or less frequently) depending on your individual situation.

If you have a history of dental problems, or if you are at high risk for tooth decay or gum disease, your dentist may recommend that you come in more often. On the other hand, if you have good oral health and no risk factors for dental problems, you may be able to space out your appointments a bit more.

No matter how often you see your dentist, it’s important to practice good oral hygiene at home. This means brushing and flossing regularly, and avoiding sugary snacks and drinks that can contribute to tooth decay.

If it has been a while since your last dental visit, there is no reason to worry. In most cases, dental problems can be successfully treated if they are caught at an early stage and treated properly. Find a dentist in your area by visiting www.smillz.com to schedule an appointment and begin your journey towards a healthy smile.

” Peace, Smillz, and great teeth for all.” — Smillz.com