Most people visit dentists only when they have oral health issues. However, it is important to visit your dentist on a regular basis to prevent any kind of dental troubles and to maintain oral hygiene - which will contribute to better health. We recommend regular dental checkups to help your teeth and gums stay free of disease, and prevent dental problems from developing.
During a regular check-up visit your dentist will carry out a full examination of your head and neck, TMJ, airway, teeth, gums and mouth, looking for symptoms of gum diseases, dental problems, as well as underlying systemic health problems. The visit may include dental cleaning where your dentist may polish and floss your teeth and remove plaque and tartar build up which could cause gum diseases, bad breath, and cavities.
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Get Answers To Your Family's Dental Concerns
When you visit Woodbridge Dentistry, make sure you tell Dr. Ann Nguyen all the known problems with your teeth as well as any other health concerns. Tell her your fears and anxieties, likes and dislikes. This will help her to understand the problem better and carry out treatment accordingly.
Do not hesitate to ask Dr. Nguyen any questions you may have. You may ask her about the latest ways to avoid pain and which treatment would work best for you. It is only when Dr. Nguyen is aware of the issues that she will be able to give you a complete dental solution.
It is a good idea to discuss your treatment as it helps you relax and feel less anxious about the procedure as you will have a better understanding of what to expect. Dr. Ann Nguyen can make your treatment almost painless. Woodbridge Dentistry prides itself in its friendly staff and comfortable environment to take care of your anxiety during the treatment. Let us take care of you and your family's dental treatment.
It is essential to visit your Irvine dentist for regular checkups to ensure healthy teeth and gums. Toothaches, bleeding gums and other dental traumas must not be ignored and you should seek your dentist's advice immediately. Most systemic health problems such as heart disease, stroke, Alzheimer’s, various forms of cancer are contributed from dental infections.