Why don’t you take care of your teeth?

How often do you get your car serviced, every few thousand miles or so? How often do you clean out your refrigerator and wipe down all of the shelves, every couple of months or maybe even every few weeks? How often do you go to the GP for a physical, once or maybe twice a year? If we take care of things that are important to us, then why do we neglect our teeth so much? Visiting the dentist in Erskineville at least once a year to take care of your teeth should be a top priority for your overall health.

Protecting your teeth early on

Here at Healthy Smile Centre, we believe preventive dentistry today is better than curing painful, damaged, or decayed teeth later on in life. Taking care of your teeth is just as important as taking care of any other body part, whether you are in pain or just need a check-up. Even if you are thorough about brushing and flossing at home, neglecting a visit to the dentist in Erskineville can prevent you from maintaining the healthiest teeth. It is easy to miss the earliest and smallest signs of decay at home without the tools and training dentists have.

Dealing with the pain before it spreads

While we have an ideology of preventive over reactive dentistry, we will gladly guide you through solving any broken, damaged or decayed teeth. While these processes require more detailed dental procedures, most of them have minimal pain and can fully restore your smile and functionality of your teeth. If you are currently suffering from pain while chewing or sensitivity to hot and cold, then you should call our dentist in Erskineville as soon as you can to set up a consultation. What starts out as small decay can quickly lead to needing a root canal.

We want our patients to implement healthy oral hygiene habits, because we know that it is connected to overall health. We want you to live long, successful, and healthy lives smiling all the way through. And the first step to that, is visiting the dentist in Erskineville at least once a year.

All treatment carries risk. Individual consultation is required with one of our practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you.