Start Your New Year Off Right – Schedule A Dental Check Up
Your mouth plays a significant role on many facets of your over all health, so consistent visits to your dentist for regular checkups should already be on your calender. However, if they aren’t, no time like the New Year to start keeping those appointments as part of your New Year’s resolution!
Regular check ups gives you not only care when something is needed, but preventative care too so that we can identify any possible problems. The general rule of thumb to dental appointments is every six months.
You may not realize it, but inadequate dental care leads to infection and can spread to the rest of your body. As well, your smile is your calling card! You want your calling card to give the best impression so you’ll want to keep your teeth looking their best. Daily brushing, flossing, and rinsing are the three most important things you can do to keep your calling card looking fantastic.
Your regular checkups with us at Dallas Dental Concierge is where we do our part. You see, by keeping your dental visits to Dallas Dental Concierge, not only can we catch problems before they become serious, but we keep your pearly whites, well, pearly white.
Occasionally, for some clients here at Dallas Dental Concierge, we recommend a checkup more frequently for those with specific dental concerns or other health issues affecting dental health, such as cancer treatments and other medications. Then there are procedures such as crowns or implants that require follow up appointments.
Begin your 2015 right by making an appointment with us for a cleaning and check up.
Visit Dallas Dental Concierge to experience 5-Star dentistry in an atmosphere of care and comfort. For a limited time, we are offering a FREE* Sonicare Diamondclean Toothbrush (A $219 retail value) with your first visit; including exam, cleaning and x-rays. Just complete the form below and experience our quality of care. Give Dallas Dental Concierge a call at (214) 760-6035 with any questions or to schedule an appointment.