Let Your Teeth Sparkle Bright With Madison Square Dentistry

Isn’t it pleasing to see a beautiful smile with sparkling white teeth? It only shows how happy and confident a person is. This is why it is important to maintain your teeth and keep it healthy. With those pearly whites out of shape, it is not only awkward to smile but also it is difficult to eat and speak. Having dental problems can cause sleepless nights and painful days. Luckily, Madison Square Dentistry is here to help.

Why Visit Us Regularly

Brushing every day and flossing is not enough to keep your teeth in its top condition. There are many factors that can affect your teeth’s integrity, such as the food you eat and unhealthy habits. A regular dental check-up is important to keep your teeth, gums and entire mouth healthy. You should get a dental cleaning on average every six months. This helps avoid the worsening of problems with your teeth. If dental carries are detected at an earlier stage it can be easily repaired avoiding further damage or even teeth loss. We have a professional practitioner that can help clean your teeth and remove build up of plaque.

Early Detection of Oral Cancer

Regular visits also help detect oral cancer which is a serious and life-threatening disease. During your visit to our clinic, an assessment of your mouth will be conducted. And we will check for abnormal growths. If there are any suspicious mass in the mouth, the tests to rule out cancer will be requested.

Gum Health

Check up with the dentist also helps keep your gums healthy. Gum health is important because it is the tissue that supports your teeth. If there are problems with the gums, such as infection, it can erode and pull away from the teeth. It can also lead to soreness, redness, and bleeding.

Keep your teeth, gums, and mouth healthy by visiting us at Madison Square Dentistry. You can also set an appointment by calling us at (951) 290-3788 or contact us through our website, https://madisonsquaredentist.com.

The information provided in this article is not meant to be medical advice and is for educational purposes only. If you would like to learn more about this and other dental and orthodontic-related topics, feel free to contact Madison Square Dentistry by clicking here or by calling (951) 304-2070.

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