Here’s to Happy Teeth and Healthy Gums for 2018!
These dental resolutions will help Cranford Dental make your teeth look and feel good for many years.
Add one thing to your daily dental hygiene routine
If you are already brushing twice a day, add flossing. If you are already flossing, why not add to your brushing time?
Adding just 2 minutes a day to your routine makes a huge difference in the health of your teeth and gums.
Don’t be a stranger
Come see us for your dental exams and cleanings on a regular basis. It is best to fix a cavity or broken tooth right away. This reduces dental anxiety and the pain and problems that could come from a larger problem.
Insurance plans cover two cleanings a year so come in as soon as possible to maximize your benefits if you have dental insurance.
We like checking your teeth but love seeing you and hearing about your plans for the new year. Stop by for a visit!
Drink more water and less soda
The number one cause of decay at our office is sugary beverages. In 2018 commit to drinking tap water instead. You will save money, protect your teeth—AND you will feel better in general.
Do something to help your smile
Do one thing that will make you happier with your teeth and mouth. Have you wanted whiter teeth? Have you considered straightening your teeth?
Let 2018 be the year you take care or YOU.
We often see that general health and dental health are closely related. If you resolve to keep you teeth and gums in good shape this will make you feel better and less anxious about your health in other areas.
Keep training and technology current
That is our job! At Cranford Dental we are committed to constant training and updated technology.
The changes in dental care over recent years have been remarkable.
Our resolution to you is to continue offering the best possible advice to you and your family.
With proper care and regular visits we plan for our patients to keep healthy teeth for a lifetime.
Email Cranford Dental or give us a call to let us know what we can do to make you even happier with your teeth this year.