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Maintaining Your Dental Health in 2014

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When is the last time you had the oil changed on your car? I bet it was less than four months ago. When did you last have your brakes checked? Do you need to replace your tires? Failing to adequately maintain your car can be dangerous and can reduce its useful life. For that reason, most of us are really good about getting regular car maintenance. Well, the same goes for your teeth. Properly maintaining your dental health can help you avoid costly and painful dental problems and can increase the chances of your teeth lasting for a lifetime.

So, when is the last time you visited the dentist? When is the last time you had dental x-rays? Did you let 2013 slip by without visiting the dentist for a routine dental cleaning and checkup If so, resolve to do better in 2014. Visiting your dentist for regularly scheduled dental cleanings and checkups is one of the most important things you can do to safeguard your long-term dental health and give your teeth the best chance of lasting for a lifetime. The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that most individuals visit the dentist every six months for a dental cleaning and examination. If you have dental health issues such as periodontal disease or tooth decay, your dentist may recommend that you come in more often than every six months.

Your routine dental cleaning and examination provides an opportunity for a specially trained dental hygienist to professionally clean your teeth. Dental hygienists use special equipment and techniques to remove plaque and tarter than cannot be removed during regular flossing and brushing. Your examination provides an important opportunity for your dentist to check the overall health of your mouth and look for signs of any problems such as tooth decay, periodontal disease, infection, malocclusion, oral cancer and more. In addition to a physical examination, your dentist may want to take x-rays to help diagnose any dental health problems. By diagnosing and treating any dental health issues early, you can prevent more costly and painful dental health problems from occurring in the future.

It is almost the end of January. If you are due for a dental cleaning and examination, don’t let another day go by without scheduling that appointment. Have a happy and healthy new year!

Posted on behalf of Dr. Randy Muccioli, Muccioli Dental

Muccioli Dental - Johns Creek Dentist
6300 Hospital Pkwy, Suite 275
Johns Creek, Georgia 30097
Phone: (678) 389-9955

A Gentle Dentist That Cares!

If you are looking for a skilled, yet gentle dentist in Johns Creek, our caring dental team is here to help! Here are links to some of our most popular services: Cosmetic DentistryDental ImplantsEmergency Dental CareTeeth Whitening for a peaceful dental experience.

Please contact our Office at Muccioli Dental today and let our family serve your family with a lifetime of quality dental care. Our practice is currently accepting new patients and we accept most dental insurances as well as a variety of other payment methods. We look forward to serving you with top quality, personalized dental care in our brand new state-of-the-art dental office located in the Johns Creek Medical Pavilion. We look forward to meeting you!

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    Monday: CLOSED Tuesday: 8am - 5pm Wednesday: 8am - 5pm Thursday: 8am - 4pm Friday: 8am - 3pm The office to be closed on: March 21st, 22nd April 1st-8th July 4th-8th September 23rd-Oct 1st November 26th-Dec 3rd December 23rd-Jan 7th


    6300 Hospital Pkwy, Suite 275
    Johns Creek, Georgia 30097

    Book an Appointment (678) 389-9955