Is It Ever Too Late to Visit the Dentist?

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Occasionally, our team will get a call from a patient suffering from a dental malady. They want to know about treatment options, but they also often ask us: “Is it too late?” In a word, no! You haven’t missed your chance for superb oral health. Read on for information about our preventive, restorative, and cosmetic dental services for patients from all walks of life.

It’s Never Too Late for Preventive Care

No matter how old you are, it’s never too late to begin receiving preventive dental care and to start an at-home oral hygiene routine. Our team regularly performs preventive care by providing professional cleanings, examining your oral health, and taking dental X-rays to build a complete picture of the health of your mouth. You can begin a superb oral hygiene routine at home that involves brushing your teeth twice daily for two minutes each time and flossing every day. Our team at Stratman Family Dentistry also regularly performs procedures like filling cavities, applying fluoride treatments, and extracting infected or severely damaged teeth to prevent further problems.

It’s Never Too Late for Restorative Procedures

Whether you’re missing a tooth, living with cracked or chipped teeth, or dealing with painful gum disease, it’s never too late to begin treatment and work toward restoring the health of your smile. Our office offers a variety of restorative treatments such as dental implants, root canal therapy, porcelain crowns, and wisdom teeth removal.

It’s Never Too Late for Your Dream Smile

If you’ve let your dental care sit on the backburner for a while, chances are you have dreams of having a whiter, straighter smile. It’s never too late for a consultation with our team where you can learn about our professional teeth whitening, dental crowns, veneers, or orthodontic services.

Schedule Your Visit Today!

Generally speaking, early diagnoses makes treatment easier and may even reverse some of the effects of many dental conditions. However, it’s never too early or too late to begin treatment and take steps to restore the look and function of your smile. To ask our friendly team any questions or to schedule a visit to our office, contact us today.