Do You Need to See the Dentist?

Do You Need to See the Dentist?Could you be suffering form a dental problem without even knowing it? Tooth sensitivity is incredibly common, and though it is not always indication of a problem, it can be an early warning sign that the teeth have become eroded by tartar buildup. Cavities impact nearly 90 percent of the adults in America. Fortunately, you can avoid them, and worse dental issues. You simply need to schedule dental services as often as needed, in order to keep your smile in great shape.

Don’t Skip Preventive Care

Most patients find that they need to visit the dentist at least twice a year for checkups and cleanings. That said, you may discover that you actually need to see the dentist more frequently in order to properly protect your teeth. Some patients are prone to cavities, because of dietary factors, heredity, or even because of side effects of medications they are taking.

You should also see the dentist anytime you are experiencing warnings of dental issues, such as discomfort, or following a trauma, since some damage is not easily spotted, but is intrinsic in nature.

Enjoy Comfort with a Restoration

If you are diagnosed with a dental problem, such as a cavity, or a cracked tooth, restorative dental treatment will likely prove key. That is because the teeth are strong, but they are not able to repair themselves when damaged. Restorative action is key, then, when the teeth have become fragile because of erosion or otherwise compromised.

Fortunately, restorations like fillings and crowns can help to prevent further discomfort, while also preventing infection. Modern restorations can even be crafted to look natural, as well.

Need Restorative Dentistry?

Restorative dentistry is crucial to keeping the smile healthy after it has been damaged or eroded. Call Melrose Dental Arts in Vista, CA, today at (760) 724-9117 to schedule your restorative dental appointment. Dr. Amiri proudly treats patients from Vista, as well as the surrounding areas of Carlsbad, Oceanside, San Marcos, and Escondido.