Oral health is really important because of its several knock-on effects on our overall health. Studies have shown that bacteria from the mouth can cause infection and inflammation in other parts of the body as well as encourage diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Common oral health issues such as plaque build-up, cavities and gum disease often occur because of poor oral hygiene. However, even diligent brushers and flossers have to visit the dentist regularly, since only a dentist can clean your teeth thoroughly and effectively.
At Harley Street Dental Clinic, we understand that you probably have a busy schedule and find it difficult to fit another appointment in your frantic day. Nevertheless, it is important to find some time and schedule a visit with your dentist in W1.
Regular dental check-ups with the dentist will offer a valuable insight into the condition of your teeth, mouth, and gums. Therefore, problems like cavities and plaque can be diagnosed early or even prevented. Tooth decay can be stopped or managed if it is diagnosed at an early stage. Treating problems not only helps your teeth remain healthy for longer, but also lowers your overall dental costs in the long-term. For expectant mothers, treating dental issues early is also important because oral disease can be transferred from mother to baby through saliva.
However, prevention is not the only reason to visit your dentist in W1. We will also perform a thorough cleaning in order to remove plaque and tartar build-up, which can lead to gum disease. We use the newest technology tools and devices to remove tartar and plaque fast and effectively. If gum disease has already developed, your dentist will help keep it at bay and reverse it if possible. However, bear in mind that gum disease can be diagnosed quite early, therefore visiting your dentist in W1 for regular check-ups is imperative.
Ignoring dental problems, however harmless they may seem, allows them time to expand and cause more problems in the long-run. If you haven’t visited the dentist for quite some time, consider scheduling an appointment as soon as possible. Apart from gum disease and tooth decay, your dentist will also screen your mouth and teeth for more serious conditions such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer.