Why Everyone Should See the Dentist

Do you recall the last time you’ve been to the dentist? Has it been longer than 6 months? A year? Can’t even remember? Well, you might want to change that. You could be putting yourself on the path of unhealthiness and financial burden…
0 %
of Us Adults Don’t Get Regular Checkups
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of US Adults Have At Least One Cavity
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of US Adults Have Some Form of Gum Disease


Everyone should seek bi-annual checkups and here is why the ADA (American dental association) recommends it. Visiting the dentist on a regular basis allows for preventative maintenance, consistent oral health records, and, if necessary, treatment of issues before they exacerbate into something much worse.



  • The Ability to Prevent Common Dental Issues is Gone Therefore, The Result is Much Larger, More Painful, and Expensive Procedures
  • Greater Risk of Developing Many Oral Diseases
  • A Dull and Dark Smile Yellowing and Staining of Teeth
  • More Likely to Develop Gum Disease or Even Lose Teeth
  • Smaller Issues are More Likely to Become Major Issues
The list may seem shorter if you don’t see the dentist, don’t be deterred, the underlying consequences are much greater! The truth is health starts with your mouth. From what you eat to how you maintain it, do yourself and your body a favor and take the preventative route by seeing the dentist. Checkups will save time, money, and pain in the long run. So the next time you think about putting off your dental visit, think about what can happen if you don’t go.
We appreciate you taking the time to become a better you! Invest in yourself and create habits that will turn into long-term benefits for you and your loved ones. If you have any dental questions, or perhaps you would like to set up an appointment, don’t hesitate to call us at (941) 365-3377 or reach us online!