how to avoid a toothache | Independence, Ohio | Dr.BilskiHow to Avoid

Have you ever been out of town and experienced a toothache?
It’s not uncommon for this to happen if you are not regularly
visiting your dentist. There is also not too much you can do about it while
you are out of town either. However, if it is an extreme circumstance, you
may have to go to the emergency room, which will end up costing you lots of
time and money.

An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

Preventative care is the number one goal of combating a toothache.
It is important to regularly attend your dental visits and get your
cleanings, fluorides, x-rays, oral cancer screenings, and sealants, in order
to prevent a toothache.

By regularly going to the dentist, we can catch the signs of
issues that lead to toothaches such as cavities or tooth sensitivities. If
you are hesitant about going to the dentist because of your dental insurance
coverage, or lack of it, we offer the Bilski Dental Savings
, which is often a better choice than some insurance

If you want to avoid out of town toothaches or toothaches in
general, it is essential to keep up on your oral health care through at-home
practices such as brushing flossing and using mouthwash daily, while also
going to the dentist at least twice a year.

If you have any questions about your dental health, our Bilski
Dental Savings Plan or any other concerns, contact us at Bilski Family
Dentistry, or you can request an appointment online.

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