HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU GO TO THE DENTIST?
At Smiling Dental, we know that you’re the kind of person who wants to find a dentist they feel good about trusting with their family’s health. You’re probably tired of other offices where you see a new dentist and staff each time. You don’t need yet another dentist who makes you feel guilty about your smile problems, or squeezes in as many patients as possible, or makes you feel bad about having to keep saying “no thanks” to treatment they keep pushing on you.

HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU GO TO THE DENTIST?

As a parent, you’re busy. You have to prepare lunches, get your kids ready and sent to school on time, and remember that there’s piano practice tonight and youth group tomorrow. When you get a message from our dental practice that it’s time to schedule your next dental appointment, you may think you don’t have time to squeeze one in. How could you possibly need to see the dentist again?

You may want to rethink that!

When it comes to dental appointments and the frequency they occur, every schedule should be unique. It is financially beneficial and healthy to attend regular dental appointments based on your individual needs. Your teeth and mouth’s susceptibility to tooth decay is reliant on many factors, including your genetics, diet, and oral health habits. As a result, your neighbor may only need to see the dentist twice each year, but your dentist may recommend you visit every three months.

Many families opt for one or two days out of the year when the entire family is seen for dental cleanings and care. While this is a busy mom’s dream, it could also be detrimental to your children’s oral health. Instead, we will assess the individual health risk of every member of your family and make recommendations for the frequency of cleanings each person needs.

Think about it this way: How much does your child change over the course of a year? At 1 month old, they may start registering sounds and sights, but at 1 year old, most babies are crawling or walking, gabbing away with baby sounds, and exploring their world in ways they never could before. Likewise, your child’s oral health changes rapidly. It’s imperative they see the dentist on a regular basis as established by the dentist Ancaster.

As an adult, your physical growth and development are much different than a child’s. Your individual needs vary as you age and common aging conditions and circumstances take a toll on your oral health. Once again, it’s crucial that you and your dentist establish a timeline that fits your needs and health risk.

Our team can work with you and your family to establish a timeline that fits into your schedule.

Learn more by giving us a call. 289-768-9905

Smiling Dental Ancaster, Ontario

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