A dental check-up is nobody’s idea of a fun activity– however, delaying or postponing a visit to the dentist can have serious oral health consequences. Going to the dentist twice a year has many benefits and there are many reasons for looking forward to this visit.
Most dental associations recommend visiting a dentist at least twice a year. However, you may need to visit the dentist in Oxford more frequently, depending on the status of your oral health. Preventive visits at Studental can save you much money in the long run – especially if you are a student.
Dental hygiene is important
While there are a lot of things that matter when it comes to health, oral hygiene is definitely one of the most important. Healthy teeth and gums can ensure adequate oral function and digestion. More importantly, visiting the dentist in Oxford frequently, can make a difference.
Avoid expensive treatment
If you are visiting the dentist in Oxford regularly, you are more likely to spend less money on your oral health compared to those who come in only when problems appear. You can’t really feel dental issues such as cavities and gum disease during their early stages, but they can quickly evolve into serious problems. This can mean a lot of wasted time and money. Your dentist in Oxford can diagnose most oral issues at an early stage and save you from expensive and extensive treatments. Plus, we accept NHS patients, therefore overall cost is likely to be less than you imagine.
Oral cancer diagnosis
Oral cancer is becoming a common occurrence and still, a lot of patients are not adequately informed. Fortunately, early diagnosis of the disease can lead to successful treatment in most cases. Oral cancer can only be diagnosed by a dentist, therefore regular dental check-ups at our practice should not be missed.
Clean teeth are healthy teeth
Some people work hard at remembering to brush and floss their teeth twice a day. But, for proper oral health, it is essential to be able to brush and floss the teeth correctly. At Studental, we will clean your teeth thoroughly and give you advice on proper brushing and flossing techniques.