- Bruxism treatments
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Daylight savings time is ending on March 30th this year. As we get ready for our biannual changing of the clocks, it’s a good time to remind ourselves of all the other biannual tasks the season brings. If you have been six months or more since your next dental visit, use the changing time as a prompt to call for a dentist appointment so you can keep your smile as healthy as possible. Why Six-Month Check-ups? Sometimes, patients believe they can space their cleanings out to nine months or even get by on yearly visits. That’s just not enough protection to stay on top of tooth decay, and it also reduces the effectiveness of your family dentistry office at providing you with input about your health. That’s a big issue because it not only means tooth decay has a better chance of setting in, it also means you lose the extra eyes on signs and symptoms of other serious health issues like diabetes. Dental Services Beyond the Check-up Your biannual cleanings are also a great time to schedule other dental services or to start a treatment you’ve been putting off for a while.