From a very young age, you are encouraged to ask questions – to your parents, to your teachers, and even to your coaches. The dentist should encourage the same curiosity. Asking your dental professional questions is an important part of your long- term dental care.

 Here are 5 important questions you need to ask your dentist.

1. At what intervals should I get a dental checkup? 

Individual dental health varies from person to person; even if the health of your mouth is excellent, it’s advisable to visit your dentist at least once or twice per year. You can maintain excellent oral health by getting your teeth cleaned professionally on a regular basis. 

2. How Can I Practice Good Oral Hygiene at Home? 

Follow these steps to maintain good dental health in addition to brushing and flossing daily. These include:

1. It is important to use fluoride-containing products.

2. Snacks with high sugar content should be limited.

3. Consuming fruits and vegetables in a balanced diet.

4. Tobacco should be avoided in any form. 

3. Is it possible to Improve the Whiteness of My Teeth? 

Most people experience some discoloration of their teeth over the years, either as a result of surface stains or internal stains. A beautiful smile with white, healthy teeth can greatly boost your confidence. For stains caused by coffee, wine, tobacco, and pigmented foods, you can whiten your teeth with in-office whitening kits or at-home whitening solutions. You can also apply veneers to teeth with internal discoloration, which covers the discoloration more effectively than composite bonding. 

4. Is there any way to prevent tooth Decay, Gingivitis, and Other Problems? 

It is important to follow a healthy diet and schedule regular dental visits while maintaining your oral care routine with twice-daily brushing and once-daily flossing. You should discuss these questions with your dentist regularly so you can prevent problems before they worsen. 

5. Why Do I Have Tooth Sensitivity? 

Sensitivity occurs when the enamel, which normally protects the dentin and pulp of the tooth, is thinned from repeated exposure to acids and extreme temperatures. Patients experience discomfort whenever they consume hot, cold, sweet, or acidic foods and beverages. 

Sensitivity can also occur as a result of:

1. Gums that are receding

2. Teeth grinding at night

3. Teeth whitening / Tooth whitening

4. Orthodontics and fillings

5. Chipped or cracked teeth


Consult your dentist, who will thoroughly examine the affected teeth and make treatment recommendations to reduce your sensitivity. For any query Contact Acme Dental Lounge, Call us -9923459984,9373305081

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