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Should you visit the dentist if you want an healthy smile?

8 doctors weighed in
Dr. Seth Rosen
Dentistry
4 doctors agree

In brief: Absolutely!

Yes, you definitely should see your dentist twice a year if you want a healthy smile.
Also, brush after every meal, floss twice a day, and use mouthwash every day to keep you mouth clean and healthy.

In brief: Absolutely!

Yes, you definitely should see your dentist twice a year if you want a healthy smile.
Also, brush after every meal, floss twice a day, and use mouthwash every day to keep you mouth clean and healthy.
Dr. Seth Rosen
Dr. Seth Rosen
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Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dentistry - Orthodontics

In brief: Absolutely

In addition to exemplary oral hygiene, routine dental examinations and cleanings are essential for a healthy smile.
If problems do arise, your dentist can advise the best treatment before the problem gets out of hand. Remember, if it hurts, it's advanced. So please go twice a year...You'll be glad you did.

In brief: Absolutely

In addition to exemplary oral hygiene, routine dental examinations and cleanings are essential for a healthy smile.
If problems do arise, your dentist can advise the best treatment before the problem gets out of hand. Remember, if it hurts, it's advanced. So please go twice a year...You'll be glad you did.
Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dr. Arnold Malerman
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Dr. John Comisi
Dentistry

In brief: Of course

Some of the best ways to keep healthy smile is to practice good daily oral hygiene and to visit your dentist regularly (typically twice a year or more as directed by your dentist).

In brief: Of course

Some of the best ways to keep healthy smile is to practice good daily oral hygiene and to visit your dentist regularly (typically twice a year or more as directed by your dentist).
Dr. John Comisi
Dr. John Comisi
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Dr. Bruce Mulder
Dentistry

In brief: Yes

It is recommended that your teeth should be cleaned every six months to prevent gum disease & treat cavities before they grow too large for routine restoration.

In brief: Yes

It is recommended that your teeth should be cleaned every six months to prevent gum disease & treat cavities before they grow too large for routine restoration.
Dr. Bruce Mulder
Dr. Bruce Mulder
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