Brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day is something we stress to all of our patients, at Mirelez Wellness Dental in Fresno. Coupled with twice-a-year checkups and cleanings, it’s the best way to maintain healthy teeth and gums, and your beautiful smile.
A good dental hygiene routine, something you do every single day without fail, is essential to your dental health. It’s related to your overall health, too. But we understand that some people, for whatever reason, let it slip. Some have even been known to skip brushing and flossing so often, you could say they never do it at all.
It’s Worth It!
In cases like that, some people may think their teeth are too far gone – that no amount of treatment can restore their dental health. If that sounds like you or someone you love, we’re here to tell you it isn’t so. There is always a way to make your teeth look and feel better.
That doesn’t mean it will be easy, but it will be worth it. In cases of neglected teeth, initial treatment begins with an inspection in our office. At that time we will identify the need for any fillings or extractions.
We’ll also look for signs of gum disease, which is common in cases of neglected teeth. If we find it we’ll begin a sequence of cleanings and treatments to revive your gum health.
There Is Always Hope
Once we have your mouth back in a healthy condition, we start looking at what needs to be done to fix any damage. It may not be a walk in the park, but it won’t be as bad as you might imagine. And it will definitely be worth it, in the long run.
Your biggest takeaway from this post should be this: even if you haven’t taken care of your teeth, there is always hope.
At Mirelez Wellness Dental in Fresno, we want the best possible dental health for all of our patients. People from Medera, Selma, and Oakhurst come to our office for dental implants, complete family dentistry, and much more. Schedule an appointment with us today!
Contact Mirelez Wellness Dental:
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5492 N Palm Ave Ste B
Fresno, CA – California