New Yorkers Visit the Dentist More than the National Average

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Gallup has released state-by-state numbers indicating the percentage of adults who seek routine dental care. Nationally, an average of 64.7 percent of adults report having visited the dentist for routine cleanings and examinations at least once in the past 12 months. In New York State, 69.4 percent of adults report visiting the dentist – placing us nearly five percent over the national average.

You should be proud of yourselves, New Yorkers.

Routine Dental Care

Visiting our office twice yearly for cleanings and examinations is an essential part of your overall healthcare management. These visits allow our experienced hygienists to thoroughly clean your teeth, helping keep your smile strong and beautiful. Equally important, they allow Mohegan Lake dentist Dr. Wanda Mejia to detect early signs of oral health issues such as decay, infection, and gum disease, enabling her to provide swift treatment before more invasive procedures are required.

In addition to keeping teeth and gums healthy, dental visits are important for systemic health. Some oral health issues are risk factors for heart disease, stroke, respiratory problems, and other potentially deadly problems, which makes spotting small issues and providing prompt treatment best for your overall health as well.

If you are overdue for a dental visits, please contact Advanced Dentistry of Mohegan Lake today to schedule an appointment. Dr. Mejia serves patients living in Mohegan Lake, Westchester, White Plains, and surrounding New York communities.

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