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by Dr. Michael Popp on May 10, 2019

Are you guilty of skipping your dental appointments? Whatever the reason, whether it’s a fear of the dentist, or the not-so-cheap costs, here are some dangers of avoiding your dentist.


While regular checkups with your dentist are imperative for both your oral and overall health, many patients tend to skip these appointments and neglect their dental issues. Some of the reasons this happens include:

  • Fear of the high costs
  • Dental anxiety
  • A previous bad dental experience
  • Lack of time

However, it’s vital that you educate yourself on the importance of dental hygiene, check-ups and oral health. Visiting the dentist might not always be cheap or convenient, but it certainly means better health and potentially early detection and treatment of oral related problems sch as cavities, oral cancer, and gum disease.

 

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At Marlborough Dental Centre, our team of dentists are committed to helping you achieve optimal oral, and general health. We offer a wide range of services including teeth cleanings and whitenings, cosmetic dentistry, and Invisalign to meet all your specific needs.

We also understand that visiting the dentist isn’t always cheap, and we try to make your entire experience as convenient, affordable, and stress-free as possible.

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Why You Should Never Neglect Your Dental Appointments

Contrary to popular opinion, visiting your dentist regularly will result in cheaper treatment bills. Besides preventing the need for costly and extensive oral work, it’s important to never neglect your oral health and checkups with your dentist because you will increase your risk of:

  1. Tooth loss. Tooth loss can occur due to age or trauma, but it can also result from certain oral conditions. Getting regular checkups will allow your dentist to catch early signs of dental decay and other problems, preventing potential tooth loss.

  2. Gum disease. Neglecting to take proper care of your teeth and gums can lead to dental disease. While the symptoms may not be noticeable at first, gum disease can lead to inflammation, pain, and tooth loss. Going to your dentist for regular cleanings can prevent this.

  3. Stained teeth. Regular dental cleanings can help remove debris and stains to keep your teeth healthy. It’s especially important if you smoke regularly, chew tobacco, or drink staining beverages such as red wine or coffee. If you want your teeth to continue looking white and clean, you must keep up with your dental appointments.

  4. Tooth infections. What may seem like a mild toothache can sometimes turn into a serious infection and a tooth abscess. If left untreated, this infection can spread to the surrounding bone and tissue, and even to the rest of your body, causing serious health complications.

 

3 Alternatives to Traditional Insurance

If you are self-employed, or simply lack access to dental insurance, then dental treatment can become expensive. However, here are some other options that can help make your visits to the dentist a little cheaper:

  1. Practice preventative care. There is really no better way to save on dental costs than to take good care of your teeth at home. Make sure to brush and floss at least twice a day and avoid foods that can damage your teeth, such as acidic or sugary beverages.

  2. Don’t be shy to ask for a discount. It never hurts to ask for a discount. Some dentists may offer 5-10% off the cost of a visit or procedure if you pay cash. By enquiring, you may just save yourself some money.

  3. Cut it down to one cleaning a year. If you find it difficult to keep up with regular cleanings or examinations every six months, you may want to consider cutting it back to once a year. Unless you are at high risk for gum disease or other dental issues, this can help you save some money.

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At Marlborough Dental Centre, our dentists are committed to helping you keep your mouth, teeth, and gums healthy. To find out more about our services, visit our Calgary dental clinic at 1141-3800 Memorial Drive NE, Calgary, AB T2A 2K2.

Alternatively, you can contact us at 403-248-2066 or fill in our online contact form.


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