Take care of your teeth and gums with the Best Preventive Dental Care in South Charlotte.
Dr. Marti Cherry,dds
Those pearly whites are looking good. You have always been proud of your smile. You follow the suggestions of brushing twice a day and flossing.
Not only that you make regular visits to your dentist, Dr. Cherry. Why? Preventative dental care is so important to supporting your daily brushing and flossing.
Just what encompasses preventative dental care and what is it?
It is dentistry that helps you maintain excellent oral health. Thinking of age. It is more important for children. How about that? Routine checkups are necessary to receive fluoride treatments and prevent the hated cavity.
Who wants an unhealthy mouth?
A mouth with poor oral hygiene can cause many problems. Remember, your teeth are connected to your brain and thus other organs. Rotting teeth don’t help your self-esteem, but much worse, decaying teeth can affect your overall physical health. As well, regular dental visits, typically recommended twice a year, help prevent tooth decay and further disease. These visits that help prevent said tooth decay and eventually tooth loss will reduce your chances of incurring huge bills fixing and repairing dental issues.
All ages should go for their routine checkups, but it is more important for the little ones. A child should be seen by about their first birthday. Even during the teething process, a parent should gently brush their child’s gums with a soft-bristled brush. And be sure to get the kiddie to the dentist in the first year. This sets your child up for a future free of dental issues.
Let’s make a quick list as to why preventative dental care is so important.
1) We’ll watch you closely
Dr. Cherry is there to monitor the health of your teeth and gums.
2) More money in your pocket
Preventative care helps prevent the most expensive dental problems before they happen.
3) Need to know
Advice can be given by us at Dr. Cherry on such things as the right brush for your teeth and even the right toothpaste to use for your situation.
4) You get your social life back
This is so true because your smile makes you feel like you want to show it off to the world.
5) Overall Health
Regular visits can identify life threatening conditions such as heart attacks and strokes that can be caused by poor oral hygiene.
Decay! Go Away!
Are you taking all of this into consideration?
Give Dr. Cherry a call today!
Marti L. Cherry, DDS, PA
2620 W. Arrowood, Suite 100
Charlotte, NC 28273
Office: 1 (704) 831-6349