September 13, 2013

Filed under: Practice — Dr. Buck @ 8:43 pm

By maintaining good oral-health practices at home and scheduling regular office visits, most patients can avoid many common dental problems. Daily brushing and flossing, and the application of sealants, can help youngsters avoid tooth decay. Adults can avert their most common problem, gum disease, with regular professional care. In cases where tooth loss, breakage, or misalignment does occur, the dentist is expert in a variety of advanced restoration and replacement techniques. In addition, there are a number of cosmetic procedures, including tooth whitening, veneers, and bonding, that effectively remedy chipped, discolored, and gapped teeth. The more patients know about dental health, the better their smiles. In the weeks and months ahead, this column will address all aspects of dental care.

Today’s column is brought to you as a public service. At DISTINCTIVE SMILES OF DUBLIN our goal is getting you into optimal health and having a beautiful smile. Preventative dentistry is our focus and it may not be where we start, but it’s where we would like to finish. It’s been shown that healthy teeth allow you to live 7-10 years longer with a higher quality of life. Good oral hygiene, a proper diet, and regular preventative hygiene appointments will keep you healthy. We are always accepting new patients of all ages and would love to meet you and your family. Please visit us at or call us at 614.792.1800 to schedule an appointment. We’re located at 5142 Blazer Parkway, Dublin, where we are “Creating Healthy Beautiful Smiles. “

P.S. Flossing is every bit as important as daily brushing in fighting plaque buildup and tooth decay.