Mill Creek Dental Health Care
Linda Cirtaut DDS

How to Protect Your Long-Term Dental Health

March 11, 2020
Posted By: Mill Creek Dental Health Care

Being proactive about your dental health now may mean you won't have as much to worry about in the future. Imagine the joy of entering your retirement years and being able to focus your time and resources on hobbies or travel, rather than costly dental treatments.

Build a relationship with a dentist in Mill Creek that understands your health history and your goals for your smile. Together, you can make plans to complete any of the treatment procedures necessary to maintain a beautiful and healthy smile now, rather than in the future.

Take Care of the Treatment You Need Now

Damaged, broken, or missing teeth wreak havoc on your smile and your oral health. Putting off treating these concerns often leads to more damage or tooth loss since healthy teeth have to compensate for the workload of compromised teeth.

Talk with your Mill Creek dentist and make a plan to start repairing your smile issues with fillings, crowns, or tooth implants to restore both function and aesthetics to your smile.

Build an Excellent Home Care Routine

Committing to brushing twice daily and flossing once ensures that you are doing your part at home to keep your teeth clean and your mouth healthy. Many adults encounter problems with gum disease that they could have successfully managed with an improved home care routine.

Talk with your dentist about products like an electric toothbrush or an antibacterial mouth rinse that can help you maintain your smile and your dental health.

Visit Your Mill Creek Dentist Every Six Months

When you are consistent about visiting your dentist every six months, it's easy to maintain your smile. Your dentist will make you aware of any concerns like gum disease or tooth decay early on, so you don't have to spend as much money on repairs as you would a broken tooth.

At Mill Creek Dental Health Care, our dentists have been helping patients meet their smile goals for over 20 years. Let us be your partners in excellent oral health now and in the future.

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