10 Signs You Need To See A Dentist

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Your gums are acting up – If your gums are puffy, bleeding when you brush or floss or your family has a history of gum disease, it’s time to make an appointment.

You hide your smile – if you’re self-conscious about a missing tooth or wishing for a brighter smile, make an appointment to discuss affordable options.

Maintaining previous dental work – if you’ve had fillings, crowns, implants or dentures, make an appointment to ensure everything is working properly.

Chronic health issues – make your dentist part of your medical team.  Medications and treatments for other diseases can affect your teeth.

Pregnancy – shifting hormones can affect your dental health.  Make an appointment to ensure your teeth are as healthy as your baby.

Difficulty chewing or swallowing – make an appointment if you are experiencing these symptoms.  Avoid crunchy, difficult to chew food until you’ve seen the dentist.

Dry mouth – this could be a sign of a medical condition.  Your dentist can determine a proper course of treatment.

Smoking or chewing tobacco – these are harmful to your dental health.  Your dentist can treat the damage from past use and recommend how to stop using tobacco.

Jaw pain – if you have popping or your jaw is painful when opening and closing, your dentist can evaluate your needs.

Sores and spots – if you have frequent canker and cold sores, you may have an infection that the dentist can address.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS, PLEASE CONTACT DR. ROMANO OR SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT

 203-372-0881 info@romanodental.com   www.RomanoDental.com

 

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