How A Dental Visit Every Six Months Can Help Your Smile
By Thomas G. Faiver DDS, PC
February 13, 2015
Category: Oral Health
Tags: Six Month Visits  

You've heard it all before: proper nutrition, regular exercise and good rest are essential to the health of your body. Now add regular dental visits to the list and you will have a great preventive regimen. In fact, seeing the dentist every six months can benefit more than your body--it can do wonders for your smile. Dr. Thomas G. Faiver and his staff in East Lansing can vouch for that.Six Month Smiles

Regular Dental Visits Benefit You

According to the American Dental Association, dental visits every six months are in order. These twice yearly visits do more than benefit the body--they do wonders for your smile. A dental hygienist is trained to clean your teeth and the specialized equipment of the dental office can do a much more thorough job than you can ever do at home. Regular cleanings help prevent tooth problems such as cavities and gum disease. Dentists can also determine if teeth are misplaced and in need of braces or other tooth aligning procedures. Discolored, crooked teeth do not make an attractive smile.

Health Issues Can Affect Your Smile

X-rays and physical exams can prevent serious health problems down the road. Many chronic diseases begin in the mouth. Tooth decay and gum disease can lead to such health issues as cancer and heart disease. Battling these diseases is no fun and certainly nothing to smile about. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Visiting your dentist regularly is one of the best ways to avoid these pitfalls in life.

Don't make the mistake many are making by not seeing a dentist every six months. Your life, your health, your smile depends on you doing what is right for you. Our East Lansing dental office can help you stay on the right track. Working with patients for over 30 years, Dr. Faiver knows just how to bring out the best in your smile!

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