Protecting your teeth is something that you can do everyday. Brushing regularly, flossing and rinsing with mouthwash daily, eating healthy, drinking plenty of water and keeping up with other good oral hygiene habits can go a long way when it comes to your dental health. But dental decay and cavities can still take hold, and our Suffern dentist
can help. With Baruch B Lifshitz, DDS you can get the comprehensive preventative care you need, as well as have any present cases of dental decay or cavities treated effectively as needed.
There are always things you can do to help your dental health. Maintaining healthy dental habits is a must, and practicing good oral hygiene is a necessity. But there is only so much you can do to make sure that your teeth are clean on a regular basis. Professional care is needed about once every six months or so, especially in terms of limiting plaque buildup. Plaque and bacteria buildup along your teeth and gums is what leads to dental decay and the formation of cavities, which is why dental cleanings are so important. Brushing daily can help get rid of some, but not all of the plaque buildup in your mouth. A thorough professional cleaning with our Suffern dentist, Baruch B Lifshitz, DDS, can help get a stubborn and hard to reach areas of buildup, better. Routine exams can also help when it comes to spotting early signs of dental decay as well, in some cases catching it before they develop into full cavities. But if cavities are present, dental fillings will be needed to resolve the issue and restore health, further preventing decay and more damage.
Managing your dental health is vital, and preventing dental decay and cavities is a huge part of that. For the best dental care in the Suffern area, visit our Suffern dentist
. Baruch B Lifshitz, DDS has over 30 years of experience and extensive training, and he is dedicated to providing every one of his patients with the best possible care.
By Baruch B. Lifshitz, D.D.S.
October 29, 2018