It isn’t enough to just practice good oral hygiene at home.
When most people think about visiting their dentists, they only think of tooth extractions and drillings. But an important part of your dentist's job is preventive care. Regular dental visits are necessary because you allow your dentist to identify and address problems, such as cavities, as well as give your teeth a more thorough cleaning than you can at home.
Are you responsible parents? Start them young! There is nothing much better than exposing your kids to the dental office as early as possible. Remember, an ounce of prevention is always better than a pound of cure.
Good oral hygiene practice leads to good oral health. Brushing your teeth twice a day, and flossing at least once per day is the key for a happy and healthy smile.
Prevention is always advised. Keeping your teeth and gums happy and healthy is the goal of any dental practice, and to do that, you need to visit your dentist for regular dental exams and cleaning AT LEAST TWICE A YEAR.