How To Care For the Teeth That You Want To Keep
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How To Care For the Teeth That You Want To Keep

How To Care For the Teeth That You Want To Keep




WHY IS IT THAT PREVENTIVE DENTAL CARE AND MAINTENANCE on your teeth and gums is so important? First off, devoting small amounts of attention to your teeth and gums will help you keep your smile for life. We want you to be proud of what the rest of the world sees when they look at you, but it isn’t just about the way you look—it’s also about your health and the way you feel.

Proper brushing and flossing each day dramatically reduces your risk of gum disease, but obviously some things just can’t be helped. If you lose part of your filling biting into a bagel it’s comforting to know that Dr. Michel will be there to help.

We know we say it a lot, but come in for regular check ups and cleanings! There’s a lot more in it for you than simply a free toothbrush.

You’ve likely heard of diseases like oral cancer and gum disease, but they aren’t the only health issues that can manifest themselves initially in your mouth. Visiting your dentist can help catch potentially larger problems before they get out of hand, even if you don’t know the problem exists.

Whoopi’s right. Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, can kill you. In case you missed Whoopi on The View, you can see her talk about her experience with gum disease and tooth loss below:

Since so many studies have linked your oral health to your overall health, visiting Dr. Michel is as important as visiting your family doctor.

For Dr. Michel, mouths are life and he knows a lot about them, so be sure to keep those regularly scheduled visits with him and his team. We want to help keep you healthy.

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