A Cracked, Broken, or Loose Tooth
Dental Crown or Filling Comes Out
You Haven't Seen A Dentist in 6 Months or Longer
Teeth are a vital part of our body, but we often take them for granted. If you’ve been putting off seeing a dentist, it may be time to make an appointment and take care of your mouth.
At the end of the day, it should be noted that just because you are not in pain does not mean that you do not need dental treatment. In fact, it is recommended that you see a dentist at least once every six months. Doing so can help you stay pro-active and will help you and your dentist stay out in front of potential problems with your oral health.
Treating any potential problems early on will almost always result in less pain and smaller dental bills.