Why are dental checkups so important to attend? Well, there are many reasons why regular visits to your dentist are vital in maintaining good dental health and hygiene. Take a look below:
Why Are Dental Checkups So Important – The Benefits
- Dentists are trained to identify dental issues developing in their very early stages. Often a dentist will notice the issue much earlier than the patient does. Noticing dental issues early means there is a much better chance of treatment being successful.
- Regular checkups can actually save a lot of money in the long run. The cost of an annual checkup could save a patient from costly bills when advanced treatment is needed.
- The mouth gets a full MOT. This might include checking, scaling, and polishing the teeth which will help to keep teeth and gums as healthy as possible.
- Patients can ask any questions they may have or get advice on how to keep oral health in good condition. They can also get recommendations for effective dental products.
- Regular checkups mean that a patient is much more likely to keep their natural teeth well into old age.
- Dental health can actually affect the overall health of a person. There are studies that link poor dental health to an increased risk of heart disease, as well as other things.
- Looking after oral health means a patient is much less likely to suffer from bad breath.
If you would like to book an appointment or register as a new patient with us then you can do this online or by calling our knowledgeable and friendly reception staff on 020 8003 5240. A wide range of treatments are available, seven days a week. A full list of these can be viewed on our website. If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to get in touch. We look forward to seeing you in the clinic soon, here at Pearl Dental Clinic.
Pearl Dental Clinic is open 7 days a week from 9am to 10pm. You can book an appointment by calling us on 020 8003 5240 or emailing us or booking an appointment online.
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