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As a Los Angeles family dentist, we highly recommend that individuals visit their dentist at least once every six months. This should be done more often if a patient suffers from dental problems such as gum disease. During a routine check-up your Los Angeles family dentist will be able to remove plaque that you have difficulty removing by flossing or brushing. In this blog article we will name some of the conditions that can be identified after a routine check up:

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  1. Oral Cancer: 90% of the cases of oral cancer can be successfully treated if spotted early enough. Routine check-ups with your Los Angeles family dentist provide the space for the detection of oral cancer.
  2. Tooth Grinding Damage: Early signs of bruxism can help your dentist suggest the use of mouth guards to avoid extreme wear or tear of your teeth.
  3. Gum Disease: By the time most people realize they might have gingivitis or periodontitis it is normally already too late. Regular visits to the dentist can help you notice early signs of gum disease. Untreated gum disease leads to tooth loss in older people.
  4. Medications: The use of different types of drugs can lead to series of dental problems. Xerostomia is at the top of the list of dental problems resulting from the use of medications. This condition is characterized by reduce flow of saliva, which increases the risk of tooth decay and gum issues.

Most Los Angeles family dentists agree that almost all  tooth issues can be prevented with proper dental hygiene, taking time to brush and floss. Added to this, dental check-ups help patients confirm they are doing things right. Says patient Jesse Hopps of DemandMetric, “One of the best decisions I made was scheduling a regular visit to the dentist.”

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