Are You Leaving Tartar On Your Teeth?

What are you doing to make sure your smile is safe against the threat of tartar buildup. Unfortunately, you cannot remove this stubborn material by brushing and flossing, though these actions can help you prevent tartar’s formation. If you want to ensure that any accumulated tartar buildups are removed, you can count on a professional teeth cleaning to help. During regular dental exams at your Allen, TX dentist’s office, you can look forward to a thorough cleaning that rids harmful plaque and tartar from your teeth. By having this substance addressed, you can lower the risk you face for periodontal problems, and tooth decay.

Arranging Your Routine Checkups And Dental Cleanings

Patients should typically stick with a semiannual checkup schedule. Every six months, your dentist can check on your smile for any signs of trouble that call for restorative dental work. You also receive a detailed cleaning, where harmful plaque and tartar are cleared away. Patients who stick with this schedule of preventive support can count on help against common oral health problems. They can also rely on early treatment when these issues do develop.

You Can Prevent The Buildup Of Tartar By Practicing Smart Daily Care

Your everyday decisions can have a real impact on your smile. Brushing and flossing need to be done regularly and thoroughly for you to see to it that tartar deposits do not form. This means brushing at least two times in a day. It is important to take the time to cover as much of your teeth as you can, while remembering that forceful brushing can be less effective than you realize, and may wear down your enamel. When you floss, take the string and move it vertically between each of your teeth so that these spaces are fully addressed.

Allen Family Dental Can Help You Protect Your Smile Against Tartar

Allen Family Dental is proud to provide patients with dedicated smile care during each of their appointments. If you need to arrange a checkup – or if you have a concern about the state of your teeth – let us know! To arrange a consultation with Dr. Torrens-Parker or Dr. Lizardi, call Allen Family Dental in Allen, TX, today at (469) 342-6644. Located in Allen, we also see patients who come to us from Frisco, Plano, McKinney, Fairview, and all surrounding areas.