Your teeth can last a lifetime! With proactive care, proper maintenance, and a healthy lifestyle you are well on your way to keeping your teeth for a long time.
Proactive Care From Our Dentist Chair
We specialize in proactivity. It is important to come to our office to have your teeth cleaned and examined twice a year. These visits can prevent the development of tooth decay as well as gum disease. We also look for other issues before they become problems. We utilize advanced technology to easily detect cavities and gum abnormalities. By keeping your bi-annual appointments, you have a better chance of keeping your teeth throughout your lifetime.
Maintenance is necessary to keep your teeth for a lifetime. You must take responsibility for your oral health. Brushing and flossing daily will help fight tooth decay and gum disease. Brushing for just two minutes twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste will put the odds in your favor if you hope to keep your teeth for a lifetime. Additionally, if you floss daily, your teeth and gums will be much healthier as the bacteria has been removed from between your teeth.
A Healthy Lifestyle
If you want to maintain a healthy lifestyle, eating nutritious food is among our top recommendations. If you choose to eat sugary drinks and snacks, don't be surprised if you develop tooth decay. The best diet for your teeth and gums is the best diet for your body. Eat fresh fruits and vegetables, clean protein, and drink water.
Tobacco Free for Healthy Teeth
Almost half of smokers have gum disease. Using tobacco products is bad for your body and your mouth. People who choose to smoke and use tobacco are more likely to lose their teeth, have more root canals, and they have a higher risk of oral cancer. If you desire to keep your teeth for decades, don't use tobacco products.
It is important to come visit us twice a year. We look forward to helping you toward your goal of keeping your teeth for a lifetime.
About Our Dentist - Mesa, AZ • Timothy H. Kindt, DDS At Timothy Kindt, DDS do hesitate to learn more about us. Our practice is proud to offer dental treatment for everyone! Call us today. Timothy H. Kindt, DDS, 1244 N Greenfield Road, Suite 105, Mesa, AZ 85205 ^ (480) 939-5818 ^ drkindt.com ^ 10/7/2022 ^ Tags: Dentist Mesa AZ ^