With spring a few days away, our team at Carolina Bright Smiles is checking in to make sure you know how to take good care of your teeth! Our team in Hillsborough, NC is here for you and your smile, as always!
3 Tips For Taking Care Of Your Teeth This Spring
Simple tips can go a long way when it comes to protecting your teeth and gums. As the seasons turn, so do your dental needs. That’s why we want you to keep these tips in mind while you’re enjoying the fresh spring season!
*Take Action Before A Dental Emergency*
Dental emergencies can happen any time at any place. But there are ways you can take action ahead of time so they don’t cause too much stress or damage to your smile.
One of our tips is keeping our phone number saved in your phone. That way, if you or someone in your family suffers an oral injury, you can focus on tending to that injury instead of looking up nearby dental offices that can see you. All you have to do is reach out to us, and someone will assist you on what to do next.
*Take Time Out For A Cleaning & Exam*
As dedicated as you are about your home oral care rituals, the only person who can remove tartar from your teeth is a professional. Our skilled hygienists have the tools and experience required to clean your mouth of plaque and tartar buildup and protect you from destructive problems like decay and gum disease.
That’s why you should set aside time this season for one of your twice annual dental cleanings and exams. We’re here to make sure nothing is going inside your mouth that puts you at risk for serious oral and overall health threats.
*Take Care Of Troublesome Teeth*
We know that it’s hard to drop everything in your busy schedule and get that cavity filled or have the dentist check to see what’s behind your increasing tooth sensitivity.
You tell yourself you’ll get to it later when things settle down at work or after your kid’s sports season ends. But just like any problem that goes ignored, troublesome teeth will only get worse.
That’s why you can save time and money if you get restorative dental treatment out of the way.
Pain when you drink hot coffee, a crack in your tooth, or an untreated cavity are all examples of small dental problems that will turn into serious oral health issues if they are properly treated early.
It may seem like something that can wait, but any tooth that’s giving you trouble will be far more inconvenient and require more complicated treatment down the road if you put it off.
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Your teeth were designed to last a lifetime, but they need help from you in order to fulfill the years of work they were built for.
With a few simple tips, you can help your teeth stay healthy and strong so they’ll work well and look great.
Make sure to stop in soon for your next dental checkup, and we’ll answer any questions you have about more ways to keep your mouth healthy.