Preventitive Dentistry

Although brushing, flossing, and routine dental visits are important for maintaining good oral health, it can be simple to develop unhealthy habits that result in poor dental hygiene, gum disease, and tooth decay. By helping you break these harmful behaviours, preventive dentistry can help your teeth and gums stay healthy for as long as feasible.

What is the ideal preventive dental procedures?

The most effective preventive dental care procedures involve brushing your teeth twice a day for two minutes each time, as well as flossing at least once a day. Also, if at all feasible, we advise you to rinse your teeth after ingesting tea, coffee, red wine, or any other excessively sweet foods. Good oral health can also be greatly improved by following a healthy diet. Start by cutting back on sugar, supplementing with vitamins and minerals, and avoiding caffeine and alcohol. Above all, you should schedule routine dental visits to have your teeth and gums properly examined so that any issues can be caught early on and treated.

Why is it essential?

If you don't take good care of your teeth, plaque can accumulate and cover them in a sticky layer of microorganisms. Plaque over time causes gum irritation. Gum disease begins with bleeding, redness, and discomfort as its early signs. Gum disease can progress into periodontal disease, often known as peritonitis, if it is not addressed. Your teeth, gums, and jaw health could be permanently harmed by this illness, which could result in tissue and tooth loss.

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Who Benefits

Everyone, from young toddlers to adults and seniors, benefits from preventive dentistry. Preventative dentistry is especially beneficial for children since oral health issues they face during their formative years can have a long-lasting detrimental impact on the health of their teeth and gums as they get older.

How might this impact my general well-being?

The secret to a healthy body is also a healthy tongue. Maintaining good oral hygiene can help you avoid general medical conditions that can affect other parts of your body in addition to tooth problems. According to research, plaque build-up can cause diseases and infections by encouraging the growth of germs. Excessive plaque may also be related to gum disease, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, dementia, and premature birth, according to study. You can lower your risk of getting these additional medical issues by maintaining good dental health. Also, your dental health will be enhanced by successfully lowering the plaque level there.

How can we assist?

We provide any dental health advice you might require. We make it our top goal to make sure our patients are on the correct track to maintain an exceptional quality of oral health, from teaching you on how to take care of your teeth and gums to customising a preventive dentistry plan for you.


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