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If you failed to keep your teeth, gums and smile in mind this wrestling season, then there is a good chance you are suffering with dental issues or poor oral health. This can be dangerous if you don’t get the problems treated right away. So, our dentist, Dr. Perichole Eilers, encourages you to restore your smile by doing the following things:

-Step No. 1: Schedule an appointment: To completely restore your smile, you need to treat any dental issues you have. They won’t just go away on their own. When you come to our office, our dentist will determine the right treatment for you and your smile and will restore your oral health as soon as possible.

-Step No. 2: Keep up on oral hygiene: Oral hygiene can help you maintain your newly restored smile, so make sure to brush twice a day and floss and rinse daily.

-Step No. 3: Attend your checkups: Make sure to receive a dental cleaning and exam every six months so you can deeply clean your smile and keep your oral health in tip-top shape. The exam portion of the appointment will also allow our team to check on the treatment received earlier and make sure everything is OK.

Call Watertown Family Dental today at 617-923-0233 if you have any questions or if you would like to schedule your appointment. Our dental team will be more than happy to help you restore your smile in Watertown, Massachusetts, so please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We look forward to hearing from you!