Harris Dental In Phoenix Wants You To Be Healthy And Happy

Harris Dental In Phoenix Wants You To Be Healthy And Happy

 

At Harris Dental in Phoenix, we are committed to the dental health of all our valued patients. We emphasize the importance of healthy teeth and gums every time someone settles into one of our chairs.

At every checkup, we examine you for any signs of gum disease. In its mildest form, gum disease is known as gingivitis and is easily treated. Stepping up your dental care routine at home is often enough to get it under control.

What Else?

Good dental health means you probably don’t have much of a problem with bad breath. Of course, most of us have yukky breath when we first wake up in the morning. But brush your teeth after breakfast and you should be good to go. In most cases of chronic bad breath – about eighty-five percent of them – poor dental health is to blame.

Every dental checkup includes a screening for oral cancer. The American Cancer Society projects that about 53,000 people will get a form of oral cancer this year. Of those, nearly eleven thousand cases will be terminal. As with any cancer, the earlier the detection and diagnosis, the better the chances of beating it.

Your Best Friends

For the best possible dental health, your toothbrush and dental floss are your best friends. Brush and floss at least twice a day. When you brush, you remove the plaque that builds up on your teeth and causes cavities. Flossing gets out the gunk that builds up between the teeth.

At Harris Dental in Phoenix, we want all our patients to see us for a cleaning and checkup twice a year. People from Queen Creek, Scottsdale, and Mesa come to us for dental implants, complete general dentistry, and much more. Schedule an appointment with us today!

CONTACT HARRIS DENTAL:

480-608-1393

LOCATION (TAP TO OPEN IN GOOGLE MAPS):

4444 N 32 St Ste 208 Phoenix, Arizona 85018

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