Bethlehem Town Family Dental
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When Was The Last Time You Visited a Dentist?

September 16, 2016
Posted By: Bethlehem Town Family Dental
Bethleham Town Family Dental - Dr. Huang

When was the last time you visited the dentist? Maybe it’s been a while. We understand. Life can get busy and it can be tricky trying to fit dental appointments into your schedule. Visiting the dentist on a regular basis is pretty important, however. We’d like to tell you three reasons why you need to see a dentist regularly!



  1. Seeing a dentist regularly allows you to maintain your smile: Without regular care, problems like decay or gum disease can begin to creep up. Before you know it, the appearance and comfort of your smile begin to diminish. As in many other situations, dental maintenance is usually easier and far less costly than solving problems after they’ve taken hold! ​
  2. Seeing a dentist regularly allows you to enjoy your favorite meal: ​​Your teeth are important! They help you speak clearly and enjoy all your favorite foods so you can maintain proper nutrition. Not to mention the fact that food tastes good and is something that you deserve to enjoy! When your teeth are weak, damaged, or wobbly, food can become a hassle or a nuisance, and we don’t ever want you to feel this way. ​
  3. Seeing a dentist regularly allows you to avoid a toothache so you can live your life:​ Tooth pain and other dental emergencies can really suck the joy out of living. The constant throbbing and discomfort make it hard for you to enjoy anything at all. While we are able to treat dental emergencies quickly, it is much easier (and more comfortable for you!) to avoid them altogether, and regular preventive dental care allows you to do exactly that!


At Bethlehem Town Family Dental, we diagnose small problems before they get worse! This allows for inexpensive, comfortable dental treatment. If you are overdue for a check-up, give us a call at (518) 776-4939 to schedule an appointment. We are looking forward to helping you get back on track!


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