Keep your smile healthy at your dentist Meath in Navan

Tuesday, 28th July, 2020

Regular consultations with your dentist Meath in Navan is a surefire way to ensure that your smile is as healthy as it can be. We recommend that you come in to see us for a routine examination twice a year, giving us the chance to catch minute changes within and around your mouth and with your teeth and gums, ensuring you have the best chance to reduce the negative impacts that this can have on your health. 

We put the latest technology to good use and make sure that you benefit from it. During routine examinations, we use highly advanced intensive lighting and strong magnification so that we can accurately and quickly identify even the slightest signs of decay. 

This way, these issues will not need to become more severe before action can be taken. This in turn allows for a healthier smile to be maintained between consultations, giving you the confidence that you deserve. 

Your dentist Meath in Navan is a non-judgemental, dedicated and approachable team of professionals whose aim is to help you to achieve your oral health goals. By combining preventive, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry into a holistic oral health care treatment, you will be offered a vast range of treatments that approach your oral health care in a unique and innovative way. 

We need to understand not only your dental history but your medical history as well as to know how best to treat your symptoms and address your concerns. Your dentist Meath in Navan will also ask questions relating to your diet, your lifestyle habits and other factors that may have an impact not only on your oral health, but your general health and wellbeing as well. 

Why do you need to do this?

A lot of studies are emerging that are detailing the undeniable link between your oral health and other parts of your body. Gum disease and heart disease are but one example, as is the link between missing teeth and mental health. 

We know that your diet not only impacts your health and wellbeing but your oral health as well. This is particularly the case with eating an excess of sugar. Hormones during puberty and pregnancy can also play a role in the health of your teeth, so if you are pregnant or planning to be, then discussing this with us is advisable so that we are prepared to help you in the right ways.

In some instances, the links we find between oral and general health cannot be entirely explained but they are certainly difficult to ignore. So in order to provide you with the best possible service, we make sure that we are kept up to date with the latest research and apply this knowledge to our dental practices. This gives you a wholesome oral health care experience that at times can address the root cause of a concern rather than simply restoring the tooth and allowing it to happen again. 

We warmly invite you to speak with us about your oral health care so that we can advise you on the best possible solutions with a bespoke treatment plan. 

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