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Professional Dental Cleanings Make a Big Difference

You’ve been hearing it for years – “make sure to visit Dr. Audrey twice a year for your regular cleanings.” Just in case you’ve ever wondered why regular dental cleanings are so important, the team at Proud to Serve Family Dentistry would like to take this opportunity to let Norman residents in on some information you don’t often hear. Let this article serve as your personal guide to the benefits of getting your teeth cleaned.

Why You Should Get Your Teeth Professionally Cleaned

Unfortunately, some folks in Norman believe that visiting the dentist is unnecessary as long as you brush and floss regularly. That just isn’t the case. In addition to keeping your teeth clean and healthy, regular visits to our expert hygienists at Proud to Serve Family Dentistry ensure that we can have a good look at your pearly whites and make sure nothing is wrong. If you don’t come in for cleanings, you’ll only need more expensive work later in life.

Here are a few reasons get your teeth cleaned:

Now you know why it’s so important to have your teeth cleaned. If you have any questions or find that you are suddenly inspired to visit Dr. Audrey for a cleaning, feel free to contact us!

The content on this blog is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of qualified health providers with questions you may have regarding medical conditions.

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