Sometimes, you aren’t sure what the answer is going to be when you have questions about smile care. You have a toothache but you don’t know, do you have a cavity? Are you going to need a filling or crown? Or, is there an infection you didn’t even realize was brewing? Maybe you wonder which type of cosmetic treatment is best. These are all types of questions you may ask, to answers to which you cannot guess. However, there are times when your instinct is probably pretty smile on with your smile inquiries. Take a look at some of them with our Virginia Beach, VA team and you’ll see what we mean.
Should I Brush?
When you find yourself asking the question, “Should I brush my teeth?” the answer is almost always going to be yes. This is usually the type of question patients ask when they are hoping for some magical reason that we will tell them there’s a loophole and that dental hygiene isn’t essential. However, it always is. Your instinct to brush morning and evening no matter what to practice excellent smile care is spot on. Now, if there are some very unique circumstances, such as you just receive oral surgery, you’re curious about brushing after being sick, etc., then of course, ask us! However, if it’s a daily thing or you just ate some candy, then go with your gut!
My Tooth Hurts, Should I Call The Dentist?
When something is wrong with your smile, whether it’s a toothache, a sore that won’t go away, damaged dental work, or anything else, and you find yourself asking if you should visit us, again, you’re asking yourself because your intuition is talking to you. Most oral problems that are clearly not going away within a day’s time are going to stick around and are probably going to get worse. Coming in to our practice to see us for a visit? Always your best bet. Even if we determine that you’re just fine, it’s worth the effort to be sure you don’t require immediate professional smile care that can rescue your oral health!
Trust Your Instincts And Visit Us Today
When you think it’s time for smile care and you’d like to see our team, don’t hesitate. Come see us right away! Contact Absolute Dental Care today in Virginia Beach, VA to schedule a visit by calling (757) 428-7440. We proudly welcome patients Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Suffolk, Hampton, Eastern Shore, and all surrounding communities.