Be sure to ask your dentist these four questions.
The answer depends on a patient's health, both general and dental. For a person without problems, dental visits twice per year are sufficient to catch changes that need special handling.
For a patient with a lot of restorations, especially those repairs ten plus years old, dental visits three times per year are suggested. With older repairs, changes such as more tooth exposure around them benefit from more frequent monitoring.
If you grind your teeth, you may notice flat spots or shiny surfaces on your teeth. The top edges of your front teeth may be worn down.
In some cases, notched areas at the gum line occur from the force of grinding. To protect your teeth, your dentist can make you a tooth guard to prevent further damage.
Oral cancers are common especially in people...
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