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5 Questions to Ask Your Dentist

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Are you preparing for your next dental checkup? If yes, then make the most of your dental exam by being prepared to ask your dentist a few questions. You will likely learn more about your oral health and any specific problems you might have.

  1. How Often Should I Visit the Dentist?

While there is a standard recommendation to schedule a checkup with your dentist once every six months, you may need to see your dentist more often, depending on your situation. Hence ask your dentist how often you should visit them.

  1. What Measures Can I Take at Home to Maintain Good Oral Health?

Almost everyone knows that regular brushing and flossing is the key to maintaining good oral health, but there is a lot more that you can do at home to take care of your teeth and gums. Depending on your needs, your dentist may have specific recommendations for you, so asking this question always helps.

  1. Which Foods Are Good and Bad for My Teeth?

One question you shouldn't hesitate to ask an adult dentist is the type of foods that are good and bad for your teeth, as certain foods may be damaging.

  1. Should I Consider Any Cosmetic Treatment?

While cosmetic treatments aren't a medical necessity for most individuals, they can boost your self-image and how others perceive you. Get in touch with your adult dentist to determine whether you need any cosmetic treatment to improve your smile.

  1. What Are the Warning Signs of Gum Disease I Need to Watch Out For?

It is common for adults to develop gum disease that can harm their dental health. Hence, you need to ask your dentist about the warning signs of gum disease so you can recognize the early signs and get appropriate treatment early on.

Severance Dental is a one-stop solution for all your adult tooth needs. Our skilled dentists are dedicated to responding to all your concerns and questions during your dental examination and suggesting the most appropriate treatment plan for you or your loved ones. Get in touch with us today to schedule an appointment.

Posted on Dec 26, 2022
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