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Dentist Ruislip  March 7, 2018

 Dipesh Patel

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Can you remember when you had your last dental check-up? Six months, a year, maybe even two! Most dentists recommend you have a check-up once or twice a year. However, if you have teeth that are prone to decay, more frequent visits may be required. If you haven’t had your teeth checked over by a dentist in a while, now may be the time to make that appointment.

High Risk Patients While a visit to the dentist once every six months should be sufficient for most people in maintaining their oral health, some people are at a higher risk of decay and other dental issues and may need to be checked more often.

Smokers: If you smoke, you are at an increased risk of gum disease and tooth decay, due to increased buildup of bacterial plaque. In addition, your gums will be slower to heal due to decreased oxygen in the bloodstream. This can eventually lead to tooth loss. As well as an increased risk of gum disease, smoking also carries with it a risk of developing oral cancer, which is the 15th most common cancer worldwide according to Cancer Research UK. Visiting your dentist regularly is vital, as they will be able to do a full mouth examination, potentially spotting any early signs. Smoking also results in stained teeth, which many people try to hide. Arranging a consultation with your dentist about possible teeth whitening treatment options may return some lost confidence when it comes to your smile.   

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Pregnant women: Several factors during pregnancy can affect the health of your teeth. Changing hormones can impact how your body deals with plaque, making you more vulnerable to conditions such as gingivitis. Additionally, morning sickness and in some cases cravings for sugary foods can damage your teeth. Visit your dentist and let them know you are pregnant, so that they can advise you on preventative measures as well as schedule in more frequent check-ups, to safeguard your oral health.

People with diabetes: If you have high blood sugar levels, this can increase the likelihood of gum disease, as well as causing it to worsen more quickly than for those without diabetes. Chat with your dentist about scheduling more regular check-ups, as well as getting advice on improving the health of your teeth. In addition, you may also be at greater risk of further issues if you currently suffer from gum disease, experience high levels of plaque buildup or tend to get cavities on a regular basis. Make sure you are visiting your dentist frequently alongside your existing tooth care routine.

Visit your dentist regularly Despite these patients being at a higher risk of tooth problems, anyone can be susceptible to decay. One of the best ways to keep on top of your oral health is to visit your dentist regularly. Your dentist can pinpoint any areas of concern, offer tailored treatments and advise on at home tooth care. If you are worried about your dental health, or just think you are due a check-up, make it a priority to book an appointment.

Dentist in Ruislip When it comes to searching for a ‘dentist Ruislip’, we at the Victoria Road Dental Clinic offer a comprehensive dental care service, run by top-class dentists. Our friendly, professional team have over 50 years of experience and qualifications in dentistry and facial aesthetics, making us an excellent choice for a dentist in Ruislip.

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