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General Dentistry and Your Oral Health

Good oral health starts at an early age. The earlier you start taking care of your teeth with a good dental hygiene regimen at home, the more likely you will be to continue doing so as an adult. But while brushing, flossing and having a healthy diet at home can do wonders for your dental health, taking the time to make regular general dentistry appointments is the key to achieving and maintaining optimal oral health. There are some things that at-home care just cannot address, which is why having a general dentist you trust and who knows your oral health history is an important addition to your everyday routine.

Beyond keeping your teeth clean, general dentistry appointments are beneficial because they allow your dentist to:

Don’t overlook the importance of general dentistry when it comes to keeping your smile bright and your mouth healthy. To schedule your next appointment with an experienced dentist in The Woodlands, call Woodlands Premier Dentistry at 832-610-3123 today.

Author
Dr. Scott Young, DDS

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