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The Benefits of Bi-Yearly Cleanings

Published on August 22nd, 2019

The new school year is right around the corner and your dentist in Lincoln Park is here to remind you how important it is to make bi-yearly dentist appointments to keep your mouth healthy and clean. Here are a few reasons why seeing your dentist every six months is more beneficial than you think.


Professional Cleaning

Our mouths build up a lot of hard-to-remove plaque and tartar, and a majority of it cannot be removed by just your toothbrush. Our professionals use instruments and techniques that are used to reach plaque and build-up, effectively removing it all. Additionally, at the end of your visit, you receive a teeth polishing that helps remove stains and plaque that is not otherwise removed during the brushing and scaling process.


Preventative Measures

We can help ensure your oral health is thoroughly checked when you come in for your check-up. Oral cancer, jaw ailments (like TMJ pain), and decay are some issues your dentist will look for. We aim to protect your oral health and restore your teeth to their healthy form.


Save Money And Time

When you are up-to-date on your appointments, your dentist will be able to spot early signs of ailments such as cavities, periodontal disease, and more. This will help you avoid dealing with costly and time-consuming treatments that you would otherwise have if these problems were to occur.


Before you head into the new school year, visit your dentist in Lincoln Park for your bi-yearly check-up! We look forward to seeing you.


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