When Was Your Last Dental Appointment?

If your answer is longer than the recommended six months, or even a year, or if it's the last time you had a dental emergency, then it's absolutely time to make an appointment. For more information reach out to your Ajax, ON, dentists Dr. Saeid Jafarpour, Dr. Kevin Kwong, and Dr. Azza Elhaddad of Ajax Dental Centre.


If you have been putting off visiting your dentist because there's nothing currently bothering you, then you may be taking the wrong approach.

Many put off appointments only until they encounter some dental discomfort. Pain, however, is not a good barometer for deciding whether or not to visit your dentist, as it's usually a sign that something has already gone wrong. Something that could have been prevented.

Dental treatments are typically more involved, and more expensive, the longer you wait. A cavity treated today is a root canal you don't have to have performed in the future.


Along the same lines of prevention is good oral hygiene.

Plaque builds on our teeth every day, which is why it's important to brush and floss daily. But without regular dental cleanings in your dentist's office, you may be giving the plaque a fighting chance.

The plaque that you leave behind, usually in the harder to clean areas, can turn into tartar thanks to the minerals in our saliva. Once this happens, only a professional cleaning can eliminate it.

Eliminating plaque is very important because the bacteria that make it up to produce acids as they feed on the sugars we consume. Acids wear the enamel on our teeth, eventually causing cavities and even gum disease.

Make a Dental Appointment in Ajax, ON

Don't put it off any longer, and especially don't wait until another emergency to bring you in, help prevent it by making an appointment with Dr. Jafarpour, Dr. Kwong, and Dr. Elhaddad of Ajax Dental Centre in Ajax, ON, by dialing (905) 426-8304.

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