You may think that dentistry is just about your smile and while we know that it’s of absolute importance that you can smile freely, openly and with confidence, our Dentist Melbourne CBD know that the evolution of dental health now encompasses the impact of poor dental hygiene on your total health.
If left untreated, poor dental health can lead to diabetes, cardiovascular problems, sleep apnoea, oral inflammation and other health issues.
So regardless of whether you want to reclaim your oral health or are interested in transforming your smile, your treatment process will begin with a thorough dental consultation and dental health plan.
Reasons your Dental Health Suffers
Seeing a Dentist in Melbourne is sometimes not the top priority for many people and there are different reasons for this.
Often, the thought of going to a Melbourne dentist brings on anxiety. This can be based on prior experiences at the dentist or even just hearing about what friends and family have said about their own experiences. Our dental team know that it might seem stressful and we do our best to manage your concerns.
One of the best ways to reduce anxiety is to ask questions about your dental treatment so you don’t over-exaggerate what might happen at your appointments. We can conduct an oral check-up to ascertain what will be required to get your oral health in tip top condition.
Dentistry has come a long way and with advanced technology and a caring approach, you’ll quickly find that seeing one of our Dentists in Melbourne CBD can mean your concerns can be addressed and your anxiety or stress, reduced considerably. We encourage you to ‘test drive’ our approach; we know you’ll be glad you did.
Another reason people don’t visit a dentist is due to time. By delaying seeing a Dentist in Melbourne such as Holistic Dental Melbourne CBD, you may find you get a build-up of plaque or cavities. When these go untreated, the damage to your teeth and gums can mean more dental work. Whereas, with a dental health plan, dental work for damage caused may be less, if at all.
Your dental health may suffer if you are not in a regular routine of brushing and flossing. If this is an issue for you, feel free to speak with our friendly dental team for tips and ways to ensure you keep up good oral hygiene. We believe it’s of utmost importance to help our clients so they have their teeth well into their later years of life.
Book in with a Dentist Melbourne
We encourage you to book in with us for an initial assessment. We can then determine if cosmetic surgery is needed, discuss options such as teeth whitening and other dentistry options depending on your oral health. Get in touch with us!