Some of us are under the impression that we can keep our teeth safe and healthy just by means of brushing and flossing regularly. Unfortunately, this isn’t true, and we do in fact need the professional help of our dentists and their highly-trained teams. Regular visits to the dentist, which entail about two visits to the dentist every year unless otherwise directed to do so, are not only important to keep your mouth healthy, but also your overall well-being relies on it.
When detected early, the likelihood of a dental problem, infection, or trauma, reaching levels that may worry us or you become less and less. At these exams and cleaning that take place twice a year, the dentist and their hygienists work together to closely monitor any developing problems to offer advice on how to reverse said problem or schedule any procedure that you may need to return you back to optimum health.
It is no secret that having healthy teeth usually leads to them looking their best. When they look their best, you feel better about yourself, your future, and your overall health.
You and your dentist work together to keep you healthy, Regular visits to the dentist give you a chance to maintain a schedule, take their advice seriously, and begin to really trust them, especially if you suffer from dental phobia.
When your kids see that you like visiting the dentist and do it regularly, that sets a great precedent for them and their future. Children are much less likely to develop dental phobia if they see their best friends (you, their parent) loving the dentist too.
Your dentist can refer you to a sleep specialist that can determine a number of reasons you’re getting less than the necessary amount of sleep. If you do end up being diagnosed with a disorder, your dentist can have mouth guards made to help you sleep better at night and stay healthy, yet again.
Dr. Pyon and her team at their office in Midtown Manhattan, NY, are eager to see you and want to make sure you always stay happy and healthy. The way they contribute is by keeping your teeth clean and chewing your teeth for any signs of trouble currently or in the future. To schedule your appointment, give us a call or send us an email. Whichever way you plan to contact us, we can’t wait to hear from you.