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Regular Dental Appointments With Your Manchester Dentist for Your Oral Health

February 7, 2020
Posted By: Mann Family Dental
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As a patient who regularly brushes and flosses your teeth and doesn't suffer from any dental issues or tooth pain, you may wonder why maintaining your regular visit to  Dr. Russell D. Mann in Manchester, NH every six months is so crucial. While you may not look forward to your dental appointment, it's vital to make us part of your health care routine. 

If you are thinking about skipping a few dental check-ups due to time restraints, costs, or dental anxiety, consider the benefits of your tooth exam versus the risks.

Dental Exams Can Detect Oral Cancer Early

Like most cancers, oral cancer may not display symptoms during its early stages. If it's not diagnosed and treated in time, it can develop into a life-threatening condition. As scary as this sounds. Fortunately, you can get an early-stage oral cancer diagnosis to avoid significant disruption in your life. Only your Manchester dentist is trained to look for dental-related disorders and illnesses, especially when you aren't aware you have early-onset oral abnormalities. 

Coming to Mann Family Dental as part of your necessary healthcare checklist could save your life. 

Dr. Mann Can Treat Plaque and Cavities

Developing plaque can happen to the most diligent of brushers and flossers because there are always surface areas we just can't reach. Over time, plaque will build up, harden, and turn into tartar, which can only be removed by your Manchester dentist. 

Getting routine dental cleanings can prevent tartar from damaging teeth or turning into cavities. If you've ever had a cavity, you'll know that many times you will never know until your dentist catches it. 

Regular Dental Visits Can Save You Money

Preventing dental problems can be cost-effective in the long-run. Routine dental cleaning is far less costly than a filling or dental crown. Preventing gum disease, infection, or tooth decay from advancing is the easiest and least intrusive way to maintaining a beautiful and healthy smile. 

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