By Cesar Acosta, DMD, Family Dentistry
October 24, 2016
Category: Oral Health
Tags: dental visits  

Regular dental visits are important for several reasons. Not only do they help prevent gum disease and other oral health problems, but dental visitsregular visits with your dentist can also contribute to better overall health. Gum disease and poor oral health can lead to the development of additional problems within the body, including heart disease. Regular dental visits with Dr. Cesar Acosta, your Turlock, CA., dentist, can help you maintain better oral health, as well as better overall health.

Better Oral Health with Dr. Acosta at Turlock, CA.

Regular dental visits that include professional dental cleanings are important for removing tartar build up on the teeth. Over time, tartar can lead to the development of gum disease, tooth decay and tooth loss. Tartar cannot be cleaned off with regular brushing and flossing at home. It can only be removed using professional dental equipment. Regular dental visits with your Turlock dentist can help you maintain excellent oral health by keeping your teeth and gums clean, healthy and free of disease.

Disease Prevention & Early Detection

Prevention and early detection of oral cancer, gum disease and other oral health concerns are an important reason for scheduling regular dental visits. However, regular visits with the dentist can help with early detection of other diseases within the body, as well. For instance, signs of other health problems, such as osteoporosis, nighttime reflux disease or diabetes, are often present in the mouth and can be detected by your dentist. Early detection helps patients seek medical treatment before these conditions worsen.

In addition to early detection of various diseases, regular dental visits can also help prevent some types of diseases. A study conducted by the Academy of General Dentistry revealed that as much as 90% of systemic diseases have oral symptoms. Examples of a few systemic diseases include heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease and pancreatic cancer. In general, not taking proper care your teeth and gums can contribute to the development of other serious diseases within the body.

Regular dental visits are important for maintaining excellent oral health, which has the added benefit of potentially preventing other diseases from developing elsewhere in the body. To achieve optimal oral health, schedule an appointment with Dr. Cesar Acosta, your dentist in Turlock, CA., by calling (209) 250-2560.

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