Preventative Dentistry Miranda
When it comes to your dental health, prevention is always better than a cure. If you only visit your dentist when already have a toothache, bleeding gums or other symptoms of an oral health condition, it may already be too late to save your tooth and stop infections from spreading.
Most oral health problems are preventable. If a problem does develop, catching it at an early stage means it will be easier and less expensive to treat, not to mention helping you avoid all that pain and discomfort.
Preventative dentistry is the practice of routinely cleaning, examining, and taking care of your teeth both at home and at the dental office. At VIP dental we understand how important preventative dental care is which is why we offer the latest, most comprehensive preventative dental treatments.
Frequently Asked Questions
Listed below are the most commonly asked questions we receive from our patients.
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How often do I need to visit my dentist?
How do I take care of my teeth at home?
- Brush your teeth at least two times daily.
- Floss once daily, too.
- Have a teeth-friendly diet by cutting back on your sugary and acidic food intake.
- Smoking and using tobacco products can also affect your dental health, so if you do smoke, try stopping.