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An Easy 5-Step Plan to Improve Your Dental Care

Visiting the dentist isn’t often high on the priority list for most people. But did you know that three out of four adults experience cavities and/or periodontal disease? These are conditions you can avoid just by prioritizing your dental care.

At Willis Dentistry, we’re focused on caring for our patients’ dental needs. Your dental care is important to us, so we’ve put together a small list of how you can easily improve your daily routine and dentist visits for better overall dental health.

Here are five simple ways you can improve your dental care.

1. Find a local dentist you can trust

When looking for a dentist, Staunton, VA residents should consider a practice that recognizes dental care is more than just a service. At Willis Dentistry, we understand there are a lot of negative stereotypes surrounding dentistry. Our practice seeks to eliminate those stereotypes through the use of modern technology and a focus on comfort. Your dental care shouldn’t be a traumatic event. Let us help you support your dental care with an approach centered on keeping you happy and healthy.

2. Visit your local dentist for regular dental care

We all know that brushing our teeth twice a day helps support our dental health, but regular visits to the dentist are just as crucial. Any issues that might cause permanent damage or lasting pain can typically be caught during regular visits before they become unmanageable.

With offices from Churchville to Crozet, dentists at Willis Family Dentistry serve to bring dental care to the wider community. A variety of locations allows you to integrate dental care more easily into your life. We offer a number of services to support your dental needs, from cosmetic dentistry to general upkeep and repair.

3. Create a dental care regimen at home

Though it’s a good idea to visit your local dentist at least once every six months, dental care begins at home. Brush your teeth twice daily, such as once in the morning and once before you go to bed. Floss regularly to keep food out of your teeth where it can irritate your gums. Adding mouthwash to your routine can help freshen breath as well, providing an overall clean feeling.

4. Replace your toothbrush every 3-4 months

Toothbrushes are tools we use to clean our teeth, and like most tools, they are prone to wearing out. To help support your dental care at home, make sure you’re replacing your toothbrush every 3-4 months. If you find your toothbrush is losing bristles or just isn’t cleaning your teeth like it should, replace it as soon as possible.

Another area you might not consider to clean is your toothbrush holder. Keep this device clean as well, by tending to it when you clean the bathroom. You can also prevent grime from building up on your toothbrush holder by rinsing off your toothbrush completely before storing it.

5. Seek out emergency dental care as soon as possible

Most people know that if you’ve got an emergency, it’s best to call 9-1-1 and get looked at immediately. But the same goes for your teeth as well.

Willis Dentistry offers emergency dental care by providing 24-hour urgent dental care services. Emergency dentists are staffed to address your needs should the occasion arise. When dental care goes beyond routine maintenance, the staff at Willis Dentistry is here to help.

Take Care of Your Teeth

Dental care doesn’t have to be painful, embarrassing, or stressful. Here at Willis Dentistry, we’ve adopted a philosophy of caring for your needs and debunking stereotypes with every happy patient. Let us support you in your dental care with our variety of dental services. Visit one of our dental offices or call us to speak with a representative. Your fresh start on dental care begins now.

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I had my 1st visit today and was surprisingly amazed that all the care I received from beginning to end was delightful. Samantha was awesome greeting me and welcoming me. Lisa retrieved me before I could look for seating and was delightfully fun throughout my procedure. Dr. Sowmya gained my confidence after explaining what I needed and the procedure she would take to correct it. She was very grntle and encouraging. You now have a new nuisance...oooopppsss....I meant Thanks is not enough to express my gratitude. I have already spread the word!

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