Dentist Lesmurdie

Dental Prevention

There is one very effective way to avoid serious dental problems and expensive dental procedures, and that is by taking a preventive dental approach to oral care. There are some preventative measures you can put in place right now at home that can help to save your teeth and keep your mouth healthy and clean:

  • Brush and clean in between your teeth every day, twice per day to prevent plaque, tartar, bad breath, and tooth decay.
  • Eat a well-balanced diet which is low in acid and sugar that can erode tooth enamel.
  • Use fluoride toothpaste and drink plenty of fluoridated tap water to strengthen teeth.
  • Say no to cigarettes which can stain and damage teeth, as well as lead to oral cancers.
  • And of course, don’t forget to add a professional clean, x-rays, check-up, and fluoride treatment to your list when you regularly visit your dentist and oral health therapist.
  • Preventative dental care, saving you money in the long run. Regular visits to your dentist prevent tooth ache and wallet ache.
  • Instead of avoiding the trip to the dentist, embrace it and save money in the long run by achieving and maintaining optimal oral health
Midland Dentist

A simple preventative care appointment with your dentist suddenly seems like a very reasonable investment. Let’s say you skip your visit to the dentist for two or three years, then develop a nasty ache along your jaw line, the result of which can be upwards of $5000 in treatment bills. So, it seems an easy choice to make, prevent a combination of a toothache and wallet ache and keep your painless preventative care appointment with your dentist.

Dentist Kalamunda

Our preventive dental care programme encompasses the following:

  • At-home oral care : Twice daily brushing and flossing
  • Regular oral examinations : Twice yearly checks at the clinic
  • Professional in-clinic cleaning
  • Diagnostic exams : To discover small issues before they become big painful problems
  • Oral cancer screening : For early gum disease detection and treatment
  • Preventative care and training for senior citizens : Includes denture care and proper cleaning protocols
  • Customised fitting of mouth guards : To protect the mouth and teeth of teenagers who play sports regularly
  • Oral hygiene education : To promote the proper diet and nutrition for healthy teeth and gums

A combination of consistent efforts over time will help keep your mouth, as well as your child’s mouth, healthy in the future. If you’re looking for the next step in taking care of your oral hygiene, please contact our friendly team today: (08) 9293 2644

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