As we look toward 2023, it is important that we develop beneficial habits, as well as possibly removing or changing some of our old ones. When we think back about the last year, we can see what we did well and what we might be able to do better. This is also a positive time to set your health goals, and this is particularly helpful in the world of dentistry. Make your New Years resolution to be centered around improvement in your oral health.
No matter where you are starting in your journey, it can be helpful to focus on strengthening your smile. Perhaps it has been a while since your last visit and you are looking to jumpstart your dental health. We are excited to be a part of your growth and to see how much we can help you to achieve the smile you have always wanted!
Or maybe you are comfortable with most of your dentistry, but are experiencing gum recession. Speak with us about our methods of restoring your natural gumline and we can help walk you through the entire process. At Silk Dental Wellness in Dallas, TX, we are dedicated to helping you make 2023 a year for the books in lifting up your oral health!
Start With A Cleaning
Whether you have been going to the dentist religiously since you were a child or if it has been some time, we all need regular teeth cleanings and examinations. These should occur around every six months. If it has been longer than that, it is time for you to visit the dentist. Even if it has been more recently, you may wish to use this time of the year to keep to a strict schedule with visits twice annually.
Take advantage of the opportunity that the next year can bring by scheduling an appointment for near the start of the year and keep your eye on the prize. Start 2023 off with drive and vigor!
Renew Your Gumline
Our periodontal tissue is incredibly important to the health of our smiles, both in their functionality and appearance. When a bacterial infection sets in within this matter, your gums can begin to pull back from their natural location on the tooth. This can lead to severe decay and even tooth loss. Take this situation seriously and schedule an appointment for a consultation and examination. There are different methods of restoration depending upon the location and severity, so speak with your dentist about your possibilities in strengthening this tissue.
Come See Silk in Dallas, TX
To learn more about how the start of the year can be helpful in keeping your smile safe and beautiful, call SILK Dental Wellness in Dallas, TX today at 214-969-7455. Whether you are looking to get back into regular oral health visits or you are a dedicated dental warrior, we are here to help!