Have Six Months Passed Since Your Checkup?

Medical insurance template - routine dental checkups - modern flat vector concept digital illustration of a dental procedure - patient, dentist checking teeth and a nurse, the dental office or laboratoryThis year feels as if it has flown by now that families have been given a semblance of life prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Indeed, Winter is just around the corner and Fall is at our doors, which means indulging in some holiday favorites before long. This also means it is about time for your next dental checkup, and we encourage you to bring your family in soon. In today’s blog, your Conroe, TX dentist explains why it is necessary to attend a dental checkup and cleaning at least once every six months, as well as what you can expect in the process.

Routine Exams Twice a Year

It goes without saying that your smile is constantly battling a host of oral health threats and concerns. After all, issues such as bacteria, tooth decay, infection, and more begin their onset the moment you are born, and these concerns continue well into adulthood. As a matter of fact, there is not much that your grin is truly safe from! Because of this, it is imperative the begin an effective preventive routine sooner rather than later.

Indeed, your dentist recommends an involved routine that consists of brushing your teeth at least twice a day, flossing after meals, learning about the ways certain foods and beverages interact with your smile and attending routine checkups and cleanings.

Although the majority of these practices can take place at home, it is important to understand just how necessary a checkup is in the grand scheme of things. In fact, it allows your dentist to provide a professional examination to determine any complications you may be afflicted with. What’s more? Attending an office visit once every six months allows our team to ensure minor issues do not become major concerns. To learn more about this process, reach out to our team today.

Removing Hidden Plaque Deposits

In addition to examining for concerns, your dental checkup includes a gentle cleaning. Indeed, plaque develops consistently as the day goes on, and as such, you must remove these deposits with brushing and flossing. Unfortunately, these deposits can nestle into hard-to-reach areas, and without treatment or care, they can calcify. Fortunately, the cleaning portion of your checkup can help.

Oral Cancer Screenings

Another important factor about a dental checkup is that they take into account more than just damage to your teeth. As a matter of fact, our team also provides an oral cancer screening to examine for any growths, abnormalities, soft red or white patches, and other signs of oral cancer. It can affect anyone of any age, and it is better to be safe than sorry.

Schedule Your Visit

Contact The Dental Centre of Conroe in Conroe, TX by calling 936-441-4600 to learn more about the need for preventive checkups, and schedule your next appointment with our team today.