10 Reasons to go to the Dentist


According to the gurus at Joondalup City Dental, most people don’t like the idea of going to the dentist because they equate it with pain, or at the very least, discomfort. Another reason could be that they can’t afford it, or prefer to spend their time and money on something more pleasant. However, if you neglect this important area of your health you will certainly pay for it in terms of discomfort later on. Here are 10 reasons you should make regular dental check-ups a regular part of your routine.

  • You’ll suffer less if you have a tiny decay seen to quickly, than if you wait until it is a really big one that aches badly. The treatment will be easier to undergo and the cost will be less when the decay is only small.
  • The dentist can correct problems that are not decays, making your teeth a lot stronger so they’ll last longer. For instance, getting teeth straightened will prevent them breaking off as you get older due to pressure they weren’t meant to withstand.
  • Your health will be better if your teeth are not decayed.
  • You won’t have to get false teeth with their discomfort.
  • The dentist will not have to perform extractions if your teeth are healthy. He can often do small corrections that prevent you getting decay, such as filling a deep crevice in a molar that is not yet decayed, but is likely to be soon.

  • You’ll have a very pleasant smile when your teeth are straight, white and healthy. This means your self-confidence will be better, which makes your life more fun. You may even get that job you really want when you have a pleasant smile.
  • You won’t be likely to suffer from gum disease as you get older. This can be very unhealthy as well as painful, causing your teeth to become loose and need removal even though they are not decayed.
  • Gum disease can also lead to other nasty health problems, if it is not addressed.
  • You’ll be able to enjoy your food, eat healthy food choices and so remain in better health when you have strong teeth right through to your old age.
  • If you have your teeth checked on a regular basis, you won’t have to suffer from the pain of toothache while waiting for a dentist’s appointment.

These days, going to the dentist is like a walk in the park. It is not usually unpleasant or painful. Even if you have to have an injection to numb the area, the dentist usually numbs the surface of the gum so you don’t feel that first prick. However, with regular dental checks you may never need to have an injection.