Seeing Your Dentist On A Saturday

By seeing your dentist on a regular basis, you protect yourself against a range of oral health issues. At an appointment, your smile undergoes a close review to determine if tooth decay, gum disease, or any other condition might require treatment. Your visit also includes a teeth cleaning that will remove plaque and tartar buildup that make you vulnerable to problems. Sunny Smiles understands that traditional office hours are less than convenient for some people, which can make consistent care feel less accessible. By opening our dental office on Saturdays, we can help you find the time for important preventive care and keep your smile healthy!

Has A Busy Schedule Made Dental Care Harder To Arrange?

Simply put, some people run into trouble when they try to book dental care. If your typical week is less than flexible, it can be difficult to find an opportunity to go in for an appointment. Unfortunately, scheduling conflicts do not make preventive care less important! If you are not able to stick with regular dental visits, problems with plaque and tartar accumulation can lead to more risks for dental decay and gum disease. If you already have a problem with one or both conditions, complications can develop that demand more involved restorative dental work.

Why You Should Work To Be Consistent With Your Checkups

You should know that with consistent checkups, you will be able to protect yourself against potentially serious oral health threats. You might not know that a cavity has developed, but your dentist can identify and treat decay in its early stages. Timely cavity care can end with the placement of a filling, a conservative restoration that only covers a small portion of your enamel. Our fillings are made from a resin substance that can imitate healthy tooth structure and prevent cosmetic concerns. Your teeth cleanings help you avoid decay and other problems, another reason to make visits a priority.

Scheduling Treatment If Your Dentist Identifies An Oral Health Issue

Hopefully, you end your next dental visit with good news about your oral health. However, if you do have a problem, we can discuss it and arrange the appropriate help. In addition to addressing tooth decay, we can respond to problems with gum disease, which can lead to trouble with tooth loss and your general health when not managed. We can also take care of your issues with jaw pain and teeth grinding, which can develop if your jaw is not moving in proper alignment.

Schedule A Saturday Dental Appointment At Sunny Smiles!

Our practice is ready to see people in and around the El Paso, TX community, even on Saturdays! To find out more, or to schedule your next visit, please call Sunny Smiles at our N Zaragoza Rd location at 915-849-9000.