Northwest Arkansas Family Dental
Fayetteville, AR Dentist

Does it matter how often I go to the dentist?

Preventative Dental Care | Fayetteville ARThe short answer is yes, it does, and you should go twice each year for examinations and cleanings. The longer answer is that preventive care is essential when it comes to dental care, so visiting your dentist regularly along with good home care are the only ways to stay on top of potential problems.

Preventive care you can do

Preventive dental care means taking small steps regularly to avoid big problems that can potentially develop. Preventive care in Fayetteville includes the following:

  • Daily brushing and flossing, and replacing your toothbrush regularly
  • Avoiding foods and beverages that contribute to tooth decay
  • Visiting your dentist twice each year

Spending just an hour in the dental chair twice each year will not only save you time in the long run but money as well. Most dental problems get worse the longer they are left alone—and they also get more expensive to treat.

Book your dental appointment at Northwest Arkansas Family Dental

Life gets busy and hectic, and skipping your regular dental appointments might seem more convenient at the time, but when you eventually get to the dentist, you might discover that you now need expensive, time-consuming treatments to restore your oral health. In the long run, it’s just not worth it to skip going to the dentist twice each year.

 

 

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