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Dr. Michael Maya, DMD
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5 Things to Always Ask Your Dentist

Do you visit your dentist regularly? If so, that’s great! Keeping up with cleanings and exams will go a long way towards keeping your teeth healthy. However, if you want to make the most of your appointments, take time to ask questions and really understand your dental health, and any issues you may be facing. A Miami Beach, FL dentist lists some things you may want to ask about below.


 What Whitening Treatments Do You Offer?

Everyone wants a bright, white smile. There are now many products and treatments available that can help you get those pearly white tones you want. New options keep coming down the pipeline as well. Ask your dentist what treatments are available, and the pros and cons of each.


What Can I Do Better?

Home care plays a huge role in the overall condition of your teeth. You may want to ask if there are any problem areas that you may need to address, or things you could be doing better. One  example: believe it or not, some people overbrush their teeth, which is bad for their gums.


What Are My Areas Of Concern?

A good dentist will address any possible issues, simply as part of the exam. However, it may behoove you to get a little more information as to what’s going on, and find out exactly what it could mean for your dental health.


What Options Are Available For Me?

Everyone’s teeth are different, so there really are no one-size-fits-all solutions that will cover every possible issue a person may want or need corrected. There is actually a whole range of options, including veneers, implants, bridges, and crowns, that can improve the appearance and functionality of your teeth. However, they all work in different ways.


How Do My Gums Look?

Gum health is more of a sliding scale than a simple thumbs-up or thumbs-down. Many people don’t take gingivitis, the mildest problem, very seriously. This is unfortunate, as it is reversible. By the time gingivitis develops into full-blown gum disease, which is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults, it can only be managed. Making sure that you have a clear understanding of both your gum health and the ramifications of gingivitis and gum disease is very important.


Do you need to make an appointment? Contact us, your Miami Beach, FL dental care clinic, today!

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