Don’t Keep Delaying Dental Treatment…You Might End Up Regretting It
Did we recommend a treatment during your last hygiene examination and you have hesitated to schedule the appointment? We know that schedules are busy and it isn’t hard for time to get away from you. It happens to us too, but we want to encourage you to keep the future of your oral health in mind and schedule your appointment today. Delaying treatment, even if it is a minor procedure, can result in the need for additional treatments and added costs down the road. Read on to learn more about why needed dental treatments should not be ignored.
Don’t Delay – Call Today!
If we recommended a treatment such as a filling, root canal, or gum disease treatment and you have delayed making the appointment, we encourage you to call our office today. Summer is the perfect opportunity to take care of any dental needs before the hustle and bustle of the fall arrives. Unlike other areas of the body that may heal on their own, dental decay does the opposite. Decay and other issues that remain untreated will progress further and grow into a larger problem. A simple filling can easily turn into a much lengthier procedure. A root canal that is delayed too long can lead to a tooth needing to be extracted.
Don’t Let Nerves Stand in Your Way
If the thought of scheduling your appointment leaves you in a nervous state, we encourage you to call and speak to our team. We can thoroughly explain in further detail any needed treatment and the steps that will be taken during the appointment. We can also review the healing process and what to expect after the appointment. We never want you to feel uncomfortable or nervous when coming to our office. Our team will treat you with care and kindness at every visit!
If you are ready to schedule your needed appointment, please call our office located in Phoenix, AZ. As always, if you are experiencing a dental emergency, be sure to call us as soon as possible. We also recommend that you schedule an appointment for a hygiene examination if you haven’t visited our office within the past six months. We look forward to seeing you soon.