Make Dental Care One of Your New Year’s Resolutions

Dr. Ed and the staff at A Lifetime of Smiles does their best to make your dental experience as comfortable as possible, but we understand it’s not your favorite thing to do. Too many people don’t have regular dental checkups because of fear, worries about money and other reasons.

As we embark on 2019, make proper dental care a priority and one of your New Year’s Resolutions. It can save you money in the long run and give you a brighter smile.

Find Tooth Troubles Before They Become Major Issues

Maybe you ate something and a small piece of your tooth broke off or your teeth are sensitive to hot and cold suddenly. These are currently small problems that are minor concerns to you, but can get worse with time.

Right now, the broken tooth may only need something minor, but if left along it can develop and infection, the decay could get worse. You could end up needing a root canal or an extraction.

It’s possible there’s nothing physical impacting you and the dentist may find something before it becomes a problem. You don’t hesitate to go to your doctor for preventative medicine, so don’t neglect your dental needs.

You’ll Feel Better Doing It

It’s not just about fixing problems, dental visits are about peace of mind and brightening your smile. Every 6 months, you should visit the dentist for an exam and cleaning. You’ll leave with your teeth looking great and the knowledge that any problems found can be fixed.

If you don’t like going to the dentist, then you know you’ve got 6 months before you need to come back again. We always want you to leave A Lifetime of Smiles feeling better than when you come in.

Good Dental Hygiene Starts Young

There’s no age range for dental health. If you’re 5 or 50, then you need dental care. Many people spend their formative years with good dental care, but with the rigors and responsibilities of adulthood it falters.

You always say you’ll make an appointment, but something always gets in the way. This year, call and make that appointment. Commit to making dental health a priority and getting back on track. We don’t care if you haven’t seen a dentist in years, we’ll give you an examination and help you begin your journey to dental health.

We’re Here for Your Lifetime of Smiles.

Dr. Ed and the Staff at A Lifetime of Smiles want to help you gain and maintain your dental health. If you having tooth issues or just need to checkup, then contact us today and we’ll set up an appointment.