The New Year is just around the bend. Many are taking the time to pause and consider their goals for the coming year. Nearly 45% of Americans usually make a New Year’s resolution. And unsurprisingly, the most common resolution is to lose weight, yet very few Americans give credence to their oral health and the appearance of their smile in their New Year’s goals. Make 2017 the year to focus on your total health, especially your oral health-- not just the ups and downs of the scale. Good preventative care maintains the health of your mouth and can prevent many of the most common dental issues.
· Brush your teeth twice a day with fluoride based toothpaste.
· Floss between your teeth once a day.
· Visit our dental practice in Jupiter, Florida twice a year for check-ups and cleanings.
· Over-consume sugary snacks and beverages.
· Smoke or chew tobacco.
· Over-indulge in alcohol.
2017 brings with it many changes. Especially with national concerns about the cost of healthcare, it’s important to have dental coverage you can count on. Check out our in-house insurance plan and see if it’s a fit for you and your family. Considering that the average cost of a root canal these days is $1,000- it pays to invest in preventative care in the long run.
Let us help you make your smile the best it can be in 2017. Our in-house insurance policy covers cosmetic dentistry work.
The ball is about to drop. The champagne is about to be uncorked. Kiss the old bad habits of 2016 goodbye and embrace new and healthier habits for 2017. Investing in your smile and oral health is an investment well made. Make sure you make an oral health resolution for 2017.
From all of us here at Harbor Breeze Dental Care, thank you for taking the time to read this article and Happy Holidays!
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