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Three Tips To Help Protect Your Family’s Teeth

If you have children or a large family, you know just how important your family’s health is. It can also be extremely difficult to try to schedule all of your appointments between everyone’s busy schedules. Between school, practices, appointments, and everything in between, it can exhausting just trying to get everyone on the same page. With everyone living such busy lives, things like dental visits and healthcare visits can fall through the cracks if you aren’t vigilant. Luckily, you can easily take care of all of your family’s dental needs with one quick trip to Fenton Family Dental. Here are three quick tips to help ensure that your family’s teeth stay strong and healthy.

Unify Your Appointments

Few things are bigger hurdles in the lives of busy families than simply trying to get everyone to their appointments, practices, and everything else on their schedules. With so much going on with each member of your family, trying to get everyone scheduled and ready to go to their dental appointment can be exhausting. Here at Fenton Family Dentistry, we work around this common issue by providing full family appointment windows, blocking off large chunks of time so that your whole family can get in at the same time. If you are interested in having your family come in for one of these fully comprehensive appointment windows, click here to schedule your appointment today.

Promote Healthy Dental Care At Home

They always say that the best way to promote good habits in your family is to lead by example. When it comes to dental health and wellness, you need to do your due diligence to make sure that your children build a strong foundation and dental routine. Start with the basics of brushing your teeth twice a day from a very early age to really set up a proper foundation. This may sound like a no-brainer, but by making sure that your children start on the right foot, they will be much more capable of adding in any additional dental needs that may arise over time. Children that have this strong foundation of good dental health will generally have better success with treatments like Invisalign and retainers as they are already used to taking care of their teeth.  

The Importance Of Flossing

You have probably heard it from your dentist your whole life, but flossing is an extremely important step for any dental health and wellness plan. Flossing not only ensures that your teeth remain clean and free of plaque, but it can also help protect your whole body. Flossing can help reduce the risk of strokes, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, respiratory disease, and even heart disease. Simply floss between each of your teeth once per day, and you can easily help your teeth stay clean and bacteria-free for years. If your children have a hard time with flossing, you can get special floss picks to help them reach those difficult-to-reach back teeth.

If you are interested in helping your family get on the right track for dental health and wellness, contact the elite dental team here at Fenton Family Dental today.