Practicing proper oral hygiene, including daily brushing and flossing, as well as scheduling routine dental cleanings and examinations, is one of the most crucial things you can do to keep healthy teeth and gums.
Remember that between routine dental appointments, worrying dental issues could occur that demand care. For instance, bleeding gums are never typical unless you’re using anything other than a soft-bristled toothbrush or you’re flossing for the first time in a long time. If this is not the case and the bleeding persists, you must schedule a consultation with a participating dentist in your region right away to get gum disease checked for, since this condition can have catastrophic repercussions if left untreated.
You should be concerned about the following concerns as well: oral health
A crucial first step in prevention is understanding the causes of specific dental conditions.
Several factors might contribute to dry mouth. A participating dentist will connect you to the proper health care practitioner for additional testing if the cause is found to not be a dental issue.
A potentially chronic issue, bad breath may or may not be linked to dental and oral health. All of our collaborating dentists have expertise working with patients to identify the root of this uncomfortable issue because many individuals suffer from this disease.
Cold sores and canker sores are often uncomfortable but seldom dangerous. To be safe, it’s usually best to get in touch with a nearby participating dentist if they persist for more than 10 days.
Tooth discolouration, which is typically brought on by personal vices like smoking or by particular foods and/or drinks you habitually consume, like coffee.
TMJ is a jaw ailment that causes excruciating discomfort and can make it difficult for you to eat, speak, or even yawn.
Call us today to make an appointment and put your mind at ease rather than worrying about what could be wrong with you. Knowing what the issue is will help you sleep better than just thinking about it.
Brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes each time…. Floss everyday.
Change your toothbrush when it looks used.
Visit us every six months.
Eat a healthy diet.
Stay hydrated all day long, and don’t smoke.
Make your appointment today with Dr. Rob Andrew and Urban Smiles Family Dental. 780.989.6030
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