Whether you love or dread going to the dentist, there’s no denying that it’s an important part of maintaining your overall health. Despite its importance, millions of Americans avoid going to the dentist because of fear or anxiety. According to the American Dental Association, almost 48% of adults over 30 years old are dealing with periodontal disease, something preventable with regular dental appointments. Read on for some important reasons to keep up with dentist visits.

1. Maintain Good Oral Hygiene

This one is pretty obvious. Regular dental visits are crucial for maintaining good oral hygiene. Your dentist can remove any plaque or tartar buildup and give your teeth a deep cleaning. They’ll also be able to spot any potential problems early on and help you nip them in the bud.

2. Prevent Gum Disease

Gum disease is one of the most common and serious dental problems. If left untreated, gum disease can lead to tooth loss. There is also a link between gum disease and heart disease/stroke. Regular dentist visits can help prevent gum disease and can help to catch it early enough to treat it effectively.

3. Save Money in the Long Run

While it may seem like paying for dental visits is an unnecessary expense, it’s actually quite the opposite. Regular dental visits can be good for your budget in the long run by preventing serious problems down the road. Treating problems early on is always going to be cheaper than waiting until they’ve become full-blown issues.

4. Get Professional Teeth Whitening

If you’re looking for professional teeth whitening, your dentist is the best person for the job. Over-the-counter teeth whitening products just can’t compare to the results you’ll get from a professional. Dentists have access to stronger bleaching agents, and they know exactly how to use them for the best results.

5. Improve Your Overall Health

Did you know that oral health can impact your overall health? It’s true: gum disease has been linked to heart disease, stroke, and even diabetes. By keeping up with regular dentist visits, you help improve your overall health, too.

Visiting the dentist may not be at the top of your list of favorite things to do, but it’s a part of health maintenance. Keep up with regular dental visits to maintain good oral hygiene, prevent gum disease, and help your overall health. To schedule a dentist appointment with us, be sure to contact our team at Lowell Dental Arts today!

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