Please Don’t Delay Your Dental Treatment Any Longer
Did we recommend a dental treatment the last time you visited our office and you have yet to make your appointment? We know that schedules are busy, especially during this time of year. Between holiday activities, work, school schedules, sports, family time, and fun, schedules are jam packed. We want to encourage our patients who have been postponing a treatment to set some time aside and schedule an appointment today. The end of the year is quickly approaching, and there’s no better time to check this off your to-do list, because delaying dental treatments can have lasting effects on your oral health. Continue reading to learn more.
Don’t Delay, Schedule Your Appointment Today!
If you have been delaying a needed dental treatment, now is the perfect time to schedule your appointment. You can take advantage of your remaining dental insurance benefits before they reset at the start of the new year. You can also be free to enjoy the holiday season without the worry of experiencing a dental emergency. Dental decay does not improve on its own, and the longer you delay a treatment, the higher the risk that the condition will worsen. Delaying treatment also opens the door to additional treatments and added expenses. Lingering decay can also lead to continuous bad breath and the possibility of developing gum disease.
We Can Help if You Are Fearful
If you are delaying your appointment due to apprehension or fear of the dentist, please contact our office to discuss your feelings. We can explain your treatment in detail to help you feel more comfortable. We also offer sedation to our patients who can benefit from medication to help them relax during treatment. After discussing your feelings, we may recommend the use of nitrous oxide or oral sedation.
If you need dental treatment or are experiencing a dental emergency, don’t hesitate to call us today. We want to see you as soon as possible to remedy any issues you have. We look forward to seeing you in our office located in Silverdale, WA soon.