Keeping Your Smile Healthy
Dentistry is a funny thing. We, we see patients come in, you know, every three to four months on the dot for their cleanings, every six months, and we get patients that haven’t been ever to the dentist in their entire life. And what I find time and time again is that the amount of dental work obviously that’s needed cost-wise for those that haven’t been in 10 plus years versus those that just simply come every six months is dramatically less. Like, I can’t even compare how much less it is.
And so coming in for the six months cleanings, it’s important for the cleaning aspect. It’s good for your gums, for your teeth, all that stuff, but it’s just good to be able to be here so that you can check in and we can be aware of what’s going on, and we can find things before they become problems. And we can fix things with conservative solutions before, you know, something breaks, and it turns into something way more than what it needs to be. So, we love to see our patients frequently and to be able to fix things in the easiest, most cost-effective way possible for them, and those options are available.