It can seem like a chore, and for some even something to fear, but going to the dentist is something all of us need to do if we want to have a healthy white smile. So even though you may not want to, taking the time to visit Dr. Gyurina can help prevent more serious complications in the future. So how often does one visit the dentist? Well if you are good at keeping proper care of your teeth by brushing and flossing your teeth daily then you will want to schedule an appointment with Dr. Gyurina twice a year.
We not only recommend scheduling an appointment with Dr. Gyurina just because she is a great doctor, but also because she has over a decade of experience working with patients in Madison who have cosmetic dental needs, general dentistry, or even if you may have issues with TMJ. Working with Dr. Gyurina and all of the staff at Oak Park Dental will make you feel at ease. You are in the hands of a dentist that can diagnose and treat any dental condition that you might be concerned with.
She has the experience and skill to treat you and all of the members of your family. The great benefit of seeing your Madison dentist is that it helps keep your teeth the healthiest and brightest they can be. All of the staff at Oak Park Dental want to ensure that any potential condition that you might have will be able to be detected early and treated before it turns into a more serious condition.
As an example a fairly common condition is gingivitis. Nearly 50 percent of all American adults have minor to major forms of periodontal (gum) disease. Some of the symptoms include puffy, and bleeding gums, along with sensitivity that is above normal. If left untreated this disease can lead to even more serious conditions. The gums begin to lessen and with no support for your teeth they can begin to fall out. Additionally the infection can continue moving through the rest of the body and become even more serious, potentially fatal.
As you can see it is rather important to maintain proper dental hygiene and ensure you create the routine of visiting us every six months will help keep your mouth healthy and your smile bright and glowing. Schedule your appointment with us today.