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Regular Checkups Can Save Your Smile!

March 19, 2014

shutterstock_149625803Just like most things in life, from your car to your health, regular checkups are the key to making sure that everything and anything runs smoothly. The same thing goes for your teeth! It is important to have your regular dental checkups to make sure everything regarding your teeth, gums, and everything else are working cohesively. If you are due for a dental checkup, Dr. Anthony Giamberardino is ready and able to take care of you and your smile!

The American Dental Association recommends you visit your dentist twice a year to make sure everything with regarding your smile is happy and healthy. During your checkup, Dr. Giamberardino will be able to look at every single tooth, making sure there are no signs of decay or any early signs of gum disease. If we do happen to find a cavity or another form of decay, we will be able to fix them with tooth-colored fillings, such as fillings, inlays, onlays, and crowns, making the repair as seamless as possible. Our experienced hygienists will be able to remove tartar and plaque from your teeth, eliminating the harmful bacteria that may prevent you from having a healthy smile.

One of the many benefits to having regular dental checkups is the fact that it gives us the opportunity to spot things before they become a serious problem. What may seem like a little discomfort or a small crack now can lead to a much more painful and expensive procedure later in life. If you are due for your dental checkup and would like Dr. Giamberardino’s help, contact us today and make an appointment!

Giamberardino Dental Care provides quality general and cosmetic dentistry from our Medford, MA dental office. We serve patients from Medford, Winchester, Somerville, Malden, Everett, and surrounding communities. Call us today to schedule your next appointment.

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