A busy lifestyle can certainly make time pass quickly. Before you realize it, your smile will be due for another dental exam and cleaning. We recommend scheduling your next appointment prior to leaving our dental office in Cooper City to prevent missing a cleaning. Skipping a professional cleaning and exam may become costly in various ways.
Regular dental check-ups may prevent oral diseases (such as decay and periodontal disease) from developing. Routine exams allow our dental team to find premature signs of mineralized plaque (tartar), which can cause damage to your teeth and gums. Other dental problems such as loose filling, dry mouth, and impacted wisdom teeth may also be detected and treated to prevent worsening dental problems.
The earlier dental problems are detected, the less costly and invasive the treatment will be. During your check-up, our doctor will screen your smile for early signs of gum disease, decay, and oral cancer.
In early stages of gum disease, a non-surgical deep cleaning is able to treat mild to moderate conditions. However, intense cases of gum disease can require gum surgery. Cavities also benefit from early detection. Cavities can infect and damage the pulp of the tooth. Deep pulp infections require root canal therapy. Once a cavity is left untreated for a longer amount of time, the affected tooth can become severely damaged may require an extraction. Regular check ups at our Cooper City, FL dental office prevent costly treatment such as extractions and root canals from being needed.
Please visit our office more than twice a year to maintain a strong and bright smile. Contact the dentist in Cooper City to schedule your next routine dental exam. We look forward to your visit!
Our Cooper City dentist and compassionate team not only care about your dental health, we also care about each patient’s overall wellness. Total wellness includes the healthiness of your heart. There is a close connection between your heart and mouth. The mouth is a direct passageway to your body’s bloodstream
Recent research from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) claims that heart disease is the number one life threatening illness. Gum and heart disease are inflammatory diseases. This explains why heart disease and gum disease can be present in the body at the same time.
Periodontal disease (gum) develops from a build up of plaque, which inflames sensitive gum tissue. The build up of plaque forms pockets of toxic bacteria which can settle into the gums and then into the bloodstream. Bacterium that is linked to gum disease has been found in heart arteries. Gum disease is strong enough to attack and thicken the carotid arteries of your heart. When you receive treatment for gum disease from your dentist in Cooper City FL, it not only reduces inflammation in your gums but also decreases inflammation throughout your entire body to lower the risks of heart complications.
With your Cooper City dentist, the best care is preventive care.
Taking steps to prevent an advanced oral disease may decrease your risk of a heart attack or stroke. Avoiding periodontal disease will benefit your overall health. It is vital to practice daily dental hygiene habits such as:
• Brushing your teeth twice daily
• Flossing daily
• Rinsing with an anti-bacterial mouthwash
• Scheduling routine check ups
Request a dental appointment twice a year for an exam and a professional cleaning.
To schedule an appointment with your Cooper City FL Dentist, please give us a call at our convenient Cooper City dentist office.