How To Make Tooth Decay Go Away (For Good)

Tooth decay is no joke, no laughing matter, and no fun. Instead, it can cause toothaches, it can lead to infection and the destruction of your tooth, and it can develop even when you’re sort-of caring for your smile. So, what’s a well-meaning dental patient to do, you wonder, when you are absolutely ready to say goodbye to your cavities and to keep yourself from every experiencing another one again? That’s easy, of course! Take care of the details with our Cleveland, TX team!

Treat Existing Decay With Restorative Care

If you already have tooth decay at the moment, then one thing you’re going to want to do in order to get your smile back to good health is to treat those cavities. Whether it’s one or several, generally speaking, your decay will be treated with the help of tooth-colored dental fillings! Of course, even if it turns out that you’re dealing with serious and already destructive decay, never fear! Remember that we also offer additional restorative solutions, including dental crowns and root canal treatment. Whatever the case, we can get your smile healthy again!

Become Extremely Serious About Cleanings

Fortunately, you can get back on track with a healthy grin and you may also get on track with the care that will help it stay that way. To begin, remember to absolutely schedule cleanings with us two times a year, so we can remove the tartar and plaque that aid heavily in decay formation!

Get On Daily, Dedicated Track With Home Care

We know that one of the things you think you’re doing is taking good care of your smile at home, which is why you may not really understand why you have cavities. However, our team is here to shed a bit of light on some potential truth you may be overlooking. If it turns out you’re doing a wonderful job with your dental hygiene, then we give you a pat on the back! If not, however, you can quickly make important changes. Review, so you know if you’re doing well:

  • You should brush your smile daily, twice a day, morning and evening, for sessions that last two minutes each
  • You should floss your smile daily during one of your hygiene sessions, either the morning or evening one
  • You should rinse after you eat or drink anything sugary, carb-loaded, or acidic to minimize problems that can encourage tooth decay

Say Goodbye To Decay With Our Team!

When you are ready to say goodbye to existing cavities and to prevent new ones from forming, where do you go? Why, to see our friendly team for all the restorative and preventive care you require, of course! Call our Cleveland Family Dentistry office in Cleveland, TX, today at (281) 592-1234. We proudly serve patients and their families from Cleveland and all surrounding communities.