Stay on top of big problems
So for general dentistry, what we pride ourselves in is really routine care. That’s sort of first and foremost because when patients come in, periodically, we are able to monitor changes that are happening from six months to six months. Any longer than that, there can be events that happen in your mouth that you’re not aware of and they don’t cause you any pain, any discomfort, or anything like that, but they’re definitely starting to brew, and when they brew, it gets to a point that this tooth may be compromised.
So routine care in general dentistry is very important to check your gum health which is the foundation to your teeth, as well as the tooth health itself which is what you use to eat. And then follow-up care to prevent things from further happening.