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4 Reasons to Visit the Dentist

Your smile will always be one of the best features. Have you taken care of it lately? A lot of people don't give themselves the time to visit the dentist, but the truth is there is always a reason to do it. Dental health is more important that you might think, and it's not only about having a perfect smile. That's why we'd like to share with you the four top reasons why you should visit a dentist. 

4. To Determine the State of Your General Health 

Did you know there is a strong link between good oral health and a person's well being? Your mouth and tongue are external markers of the state of your overall health. A number of viral and bacterial diseases first manifest in the oral cavity and by a quick examination of your mouth, it's possible to determine whether you may be suffering from anemia, a vitamin or even a trace element deficiency.

The condition of your teeth and gums can impact just about every system in your body, including circulatory, digestive, reproductive and respiratory systems. Maintaining good oral health can help reduce your risk of serious health problems. Your dentist can make an assessment during a general examination. Visiting the dentist does not mean that you will have to get a dental work done.

3. To Prevent Tooth Loss

The best and most inexpensive way to prevent tooth loss starts at home with excellent oral habits, such as brushing and flossing every day. With just two quality appointments per year, your dentist can give you the best tips that will help you avoid dental issues such as tooth decay and gum problems, and also keep track of your dental health.

Preventive dental care that includes professional cleanings, exams and fluoride treatments are crucial in preventing tooth loss. So, regular visits twice a year will help to identify earlier if there are any dental issues that may seem minor at first and to prevent further and more serious damage.

2. To Prevent Periodontal Disease.

This it's an infection of the tissues that support your teeth. Gingivitis is a milder, more treatable form of the disease that only affects gums. However, this can evolve to a more serious disease, called periodontitis. Some warning signs for this disease include bleeding gums, constant bad breath, red, swollen or tender gums and teeth that are separating or loose. Anyhow, some people don't present any symptoms, which is one of the main reasons to visit your dentist on a regular basis.

Going to the dentist is not only to treat a dental condition; it's also for helping you prevent them. However, even if you take excellent care of your teeth, you should still make regular visits to the dentist. By following these recommendations you could save a lot of money. Treating a dental problem usually cost more than preventive dental care.

4. To Have a Great Time Vacationing!

Traveling to another country to get dental work is an amazing experience. Los Algodones, Mexico is known as the capital of dental tourism in the world, this little town is one of the reasons why Mexico has become such a popular place to get cosmetic dentistry. Here in Los Algodones, you'll find a town very different to others; it's close to the border, has quiet surroundings, nice people, delicious food and of course, the Sani Dental Group clinics which have the expertise and experience that you need to get the smile you've always wanted. Plus, all of this at very affordable prices!

Give us a call and one of our patient coordinators will help you with the information you need. Stop hesitating and come to get the smile you deserve!  

Disclaimer: All content shown in this blog and in any linked materials are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice. Any recommendations are based on personal, not professional, opinion only. If the reader or any other person has a medical concern about their dental care and treatments, please contact us directly. For more information please read our Disclaimers and FAQ pages.