Want Teeth For Life?

Want Teeth for Life?

Taking great care of your teeth means visiting the dentist regularly and taking care of your teeth and gums between checkups.  Advanced Aesthetics Dentistry wants to make sure that you get the most out of your visits and that your teeth stay healthy for life! We will work with you to provide complete dental care and show you how to maintain your smile at home when using the right dental products and techniques.  If you have ANY questions, please ask.  There are No stupid questions.11.) Dental Cleanings and Regular Checkups

Have regular dental checkups.  They are an important part of keeping your Teeth for Life.

1.)  During your cleanings by a Registered Dental Hygienists; they should:

  • Look for any problems that you may not see or feel
  • Inspect your teeth & gums for any signs of decay, infection or cavities
  • Inspect your teeth and gums for gingivitis (gums bleed when flossing) and signs of gum disease
  • Perform a thorough teeth cleaning, polish, and apply a fluoride protection.

When you visit the dentist every six months, it will give you the chance to talk with Dr. Oyangen and hear answers for any oral health questions you may have.  During checkups you have a chance to find out about new treatments, techniques, and tips that may improve your oral health.

2.)  Choosing the Right Dental Supplies

Choosing the best toothpaste, mouthwash, toothbrush, or dental floss is very important for the health of your smile.  Such as; a Hard toothbrush damages the enamel of the tooth.  So, we recommend a toothbrush with Soft Bristles.  Colored mouthwash will stain your teeth.  These types leave a film, so we suggest using a Clear Mouthwash.  These are just two things that you can learn from a visit to the dental office.  Keep in mind that when you are buying new dental supplies, be sure to choose the ones that have been approved by the American Dental Association (ADA).

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Our office can also help by recommending certain dental products for use by you at home.

If you follow these two simple tips, you will be well on your way to keeping your Teeth for Life!

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