The majority of dentists today will agree that prevention is better than cure. In fact, preventative dentistry is now widely recognised and promoted within the industry.
You really can make a difference to the long-term health of your teeth and gums by adopting a sensible approach now. Just a few small changes could make a significant difference to the condition of your mouth in the future.
It’s really important to attend regular check-ups with the dentist and hygienist once or twice a year. These appointments will allow them to deal with any issues before they progress and more involved, costly and lengthy treatment is required.
Cavities can be spotted before they become too deep and painful, the development of gum disease can prevented and early signs of mouth cancer can be investigated early for the best chances of treatment.
Our recommendations to help keep teeth healthy in the long-term:
Visit your dentist once or twice every year so that they can check for