There’s always a good reason to visit the dentist
Dental Health • October 2, 2017
The best time to visit a dentist is when you do not have any dental issues. That means getting the dental issues diagnosed early is the best thing you can do to your teeth. Visit your dentist every 6 months.
Ttooth has three layers inside. Th outer two layers act as your nail or hair. You won’t feel a thing if they have any issues. There is no nerve supply in these areas. The moment the infection or decay reaches the pulp, you will feel sensitivity or pain which most of the times leads to root canal treatment.
Check-ups make a difference
Getting your teeth checked every 6 months helps us detect decay in the very early stages and keep them healthier and stronger. Regular dental check up help us know the decay in the tooth, problems in bite, issues with gums, misalignment of teeth and teeth requiring future attention. Normally at Dr. Nikhil’s Dental, Panipat we perform a 25 point check up so that nothing remains undetected.
The studies show that dental diseases and infection has been linked to heart diseases and diabetes as well. So it becomes all the most important to visit your dentist regularly for the overall improvement of your health.
Past evidences show that we Indians are very poor at attending the follow up or regular dental appointments because of the careless attitude towards dental health. And then we repent upon the pricing of dentists. Someone has rightly said
“Dentistry is not costly, carelessness is”
Detects dental disease early
Reduces the pain and suffering
Reduces the treatment cost drastically
Keeps a check on your diabetes and heart problems
There are plenty of patients who have benefited from regular dental visits and have upgraded their dental lifestyle.
Being in contact with the specialist also helps you learn the advancements in dentistry to keep you updated.
Bright, white teeth are stronger teeth are God’s gift but can be acquired these days.
Regular appointments can help you detect an underlying caries, stains or deposits in your teeth.
“I just didn’t realize how important good oral hygiene was until I thought it was too late. Dr. Nikhil Girdhar reassured me and set me on a road to strong, healthy teeth and complete peace of mind.”
Saina Sharma • Patient
Prevention is certainly better than cure. Book your appointment now.