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Pledge to Keep You Smile Healthy in 2021

December 31, 2020
Posted By: Naylors Court Dental Partners
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If you’re like many people, you sometimes cut corners when it comes to your oral health. Maybe you skip a brushing and flossing session here and there. You cancel one of your twice-yearly dental exams or teeth cleanings.

Over time, these habits can significantly increase your tooth decay risks, gum disease, and sudden root infections that require root canal therapy in Pikesville.

Gum disease is a serious oral health condition that can cause tooth loss and body health problems with your heart and lungs, and more!

Our dental team wants you to enjoy 2021 and have a healthy smile this year. For these reasons, we recommend taking steps to keep your smile healthy.

Lower Oral Health Risks with Us

Oral health risks include cavities, root infections, oral cancers, and gum disease. Your dentist in Pikesville can help lower your risks or detect problems early if you visit our office on schedule for exams and teeth cleans.

Your dental exam looks for emerging cavities, gingivitis (precursor to gum disease), infections, and oral cancers. When caught early, these issues are more like to have favorable outcomes for you.

Your teeth cleaning lowers your risks for developing gum disease and cavities.

Improve Your Oral Care Routine

If you skip brushing and flossing sometimes, we recommend recommitting a few minutes each day to your smile health.

  • Brush and floss twice daily and always before bed.
  • Visit your Pikesville dentist twice yearly.
  • Quit smoking.
  • Contact us if you notice changes in your oral health.

Our recommendations follow guidelines put forward by the American Dental Association.

Contact Our Dental Office Today

Pledge to keep your smile healthy this year with the help of our dentist and the dental team. Tell us more about your smile goals, as well. Between you and our dental team, you’ll achieve a healthy and beautiful smile in no time.

If you have difficulty using our website, please email us or call us at (410) 267-3039
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Our office is now open for regular services due to the lifting of restrictions by the Governor of Maryland.  Our office will be following the infection control recommendations made by the American Dental Association (ADA), the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).  We look forward to seeing all of our patients.  To schedule an appointment, please call us at (410) 784-4059.