Why Having A Family Dentist Goes A Long Way Towards Continued Dental Health
By Corley Family Dental
April 24, 2015
Category: Oral Health
Tags: Family Dentist
Did you know that failing to keep your teeth healthy now can lead to a number of dental problems later? Though many Americans say they know it, consider this: when was the last time you brought the whole family in for a regular dental check-up?
At Corley Family Dental, your entire family can get their teeth cleaned and refreshed just in time to shine brightly for the coming summer months. Whether you've simply got some plaque buildup between your teeth or your children have been eating too much candy this past winter, the dentists at Corley Family Dental will make sure your mouth is healthy.
The American Dental Association (ADA) suggests that you should have a check-up with your family dentist once every six months, as tooth and decay can really take hold in your mouth quickly if you do not attend regularly.
Corley Family Dental provides family, general, cosmetic, and children's dentistry services that aren't limited to certain age groups. During a routine six-month dental appointment, they will conduct a full examination of your family's teeth while providing them with painless cleanings that are surprisingly quick.
Some of the preventive benefits of a dental check-up include:
- fights build-up of hidden plaque and general tooth decay
- allows for a needed diagnosis and treatment plan to be made of any existing dental dilemmas in patients' mouths
- stops other unseen dental problems from getting worse, even those that could cause big health issues later if left unchecked
For more information about why visiting a family dentist can go a long way towards maintaining good oral health for your entire family, give Corley Family Dental in Decatur a call today at (217) 330-6217.
The American Dental Association (ADA) suggests that you should have a check-up with your family dentist once every six months, as tooth and decay can really take hold in your mouth quickly if you go less often.