General Care For Your Teeth
It’s not always genetics that plays a role in the quality of your teeth. You have the choice and power to change things to prevent or postpone issues such as tooth decay and gum disease.
Most of the time, tooth decay starts small and then leads to infection, so this gives us plenty of time to treat and ensure the best outcome possible. Therefore 6 monthly, regular check-ups’ is advised. Not all decay requires fillings, if it is identified in the preliminary stages, we can prevent tooth decay by catching it early and repairing it by better brushing or flossing of teeth. Essentially, making better lifestyle choices and changes.
Gum disease if identified early, is maintained with very little effort, which is great news. If advanced gum disease is found, it is can be hard to manage so please do not leave it until it’s too late.