Troutdale Dental
Dr. Clark Brinton and Dr. Brian Hale

3 Reasons Why Routine Dental Care Is so important

Woman | Dentist in Troutdale OR

Visiting your dentist in Troutdale, OR may sometimes feel like an inconvenience, especially when it always seems to fall on your busiest day. However, your routine six-month cleaning and checkup are one of the best things you can do for your oral health, and here's why.

Consistent Dental Visits Protect Your Oral Health

Did you know that oral cancer claims one life every hour in America? Your dentist screens you for oral cancer at every six-month examination, and detecting it early gives you the best chance of treating it successfully.

Visiting your dentist twice each year is an easy way to detect a variety of concerns early on and protect your dental health.

Dental Examinations Protect Your Overall Health

Science has found some surprising connections between your dental and systemic health over the years with studies showing that gum disease can also contribute to other chronic health concerns such as heart disease, diabetes, low birth weight in babies, and even dementia.

Your Troutdale dentist can detect gum disease early on, which means successfully managing your condition and improving your overall health and well-being. 

Routine Dental Visits Save You Money

Believe it or not, visiting your dentist every six months can actually save you money. For example, if your dentist detects decay in your tooth early on, there is an opportunity to repair it with a simple dental filling.

On the other hand, if you wait to visit the dentist until that decay is causing pain in your tooth, you might be faced with more significant concerns such as an infection in your nerve or a broken tooth. Then you may need a more complicated procedure like a root canal to restore your tooth to health.

If it's time for your next dental checkup, call us at (503) 674-8767 to schedule your next appointment and learn why Dr. Brinton and Dr. Hale are the dentists in Troutdale that our patients trust.


 

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