The Importance of Bi-Yearly Dental Visits

Never Skip Your 6-Month Dental Visit | Soos Creek DentalWith so many life responsibilities, it can sometimes be hard to find time to visit the dentist. Keeping up with bi-yearly dental visits, however, is incredibly important for your health. While regular brushing helps keeps your breath fresh, teeth clean, and your mouth cavity free, dental appointments are still necessary. Here are four reasons you should keep your bi-yearly dental visits as a priority.

  1. Catch Gum Disease and Tooth Decay Early

Not only do dentist visits offer the opportunity for regular teeth cleanings, but they also help catch dental complications early. Your dentist can identify things like cavities and gum disease—which has been linked to strokes, diabetes, and heart disease—before the problems become more serious.

  1. Help Keep Your Teeth Clean

When you schedule regular dental cleanings, you’re making a commitment to keeping your mouth clean and fresh. Dental plaque, also known as tartar builds up fast, and it’s important to get rid of it. Removing the plaque promotes healthier gums and reduces mouth odor.

  1. Promote Healthier Living

When your teeth are unhealthy, your immune system has to work extra hard. Cavities and gum disease can cause more than dental discomfort; if your immune system is busy fighting bacteria in your mouth, you become more susceptible to other illnesses throughout the year, like the flu or common cold.

  1. Feel Confident In Your Smile

There’s nothing worse than feeling like you have to hide your smile with friends or as soon as the camera starts flashing. Going to the dentist regularly can help keep your teeth white and bright, giving you the confidence to share your beautiful smile with the world.

Keep Up With Your Bi-Yearly Dental Visits

Been a while since you’ve been to the dentist? If you haven’t scheduled your bi-yearly dental visit, contact Soos Creek Dental and schedule an appointment today. We’re happy to get you in for a checkup and cleaning right away. To learn more about us, check out our website. If you’d like to request an appointment, call (253)214-3750.

Edited by Justin Vorhees

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