7373 W Jefferson Ave. Ste 305

Lakewood, CO 80235

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Mon - Th : 7:30am to 4pm

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Patient Inquiry

(303) 985-1263

7373 W Jefferson Ave. Ste 305

Lakewood, CO 80235

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Mon - Th: 7:30am to 4pm

Friday CLOSED

Patient Inquiry

(303) 985-1263

When you spend time with your dentist, it is important that you spend your time wisely. You want to get the most out of the experience. As you age, it is important to know how to take care of your teeth and make them last. You want to have a healthy set of pearly white teeth for years to come and the last thing you want to do is experience any issues down the road. It would cause quite a headache to say the least. By asking the right questions, you are ahead of the problem instead of the problem creeping up on you at a later date.

As they say in life, it is always best to be prepared at all times. You can never be over prepared in any given situation. As soon as a question pops into your head, it is important to write it down. Remember, this is your time with the dentist. If you want to talk to him or her, now is the time. It is crucial to make the most out of this time. After all, they are the experts in this field and they have the information to guide you down the right path. They are looking out for you and they want what is best for you.

One question to ask and it might seem silly, but it is a good one is, “Am I brushing my teeth the right way?” You might be wondering to yourself, “Is there a wrong way to brush them?” Believe it or not, many people have been brushing their teeth the wrong way for so many years and they have never thought to ask their dentist about it. Again, the dentist is your friend. They are not mean or scary. If you have been going there for a while, you have probably built a rapport with your dentist. They will offer advice and wisdom from their many years of being a dentist. Again, you have to remember this is all for your own good and for the betterment of your teeth.

Another question to consider is “What kind of toothpaste should I use?” There are a lot of different toothpastes out there and it can be hard to find the one that you feel is best for your mouth and your teeth. There is not a better person to ask than your dentist. They have the X-rays and they know what is going on inside of your mouth. They also talk to other dentists as well and they can help make sure you are using the right toothpaste. A lot of people have sensitive teeth and they need the right sensitive toothpaste.

Finally, there is the important question of “How often should I floss?” A lot of people don’t floss as much as they should and they only floss when it is time to go to the dentist. Every single person is different and the dentist can help look at your teeth and see what is the right amount of flossing for you to do as well. They also look at your gums and they can see if any gum disease might be on the horizon and how to prevent that and deal with that. You have to trust your dentist. They are not looking to make a buck off you and give you bad advice. It makes them look bad. They want to help and they want to make sure you walk away with all of your questions answered after you visit them. They actually enjoy offering advice and answering questions, as it shows their patients have an interest in the dental world.