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Detroit Dental Review November 3, 2017 - FIND A DENTIST PHOTO SHOOT
There has been a new feature added to the Detroit Dental Review the American Dental Association will be attending and hosting a photographer to take photos for ADA members Find a Dentist profile.The member benefit is to bring more paitents to ADA members.The Find a Dentist profile gets more hits with your photo so dress up and have your headshot taken for free at the Detroit Dtnal Review on November 3, 2017.Each ADA member who has their photo taken will receive a jump drive with a copy of their photo to use on their ownwebsite and promotional materials.

Why Should I See a Dentist?

Oral health is an important part of your overall health. Regular dental visits are important because they can help spot oral health problems early on when treatment is likely to be simpler and more affordable. They also help prevent many oral problems from developing in the first place. Visiting your dentist regularly is also important because some diseases or medical conditions have symptoms that can appear in the mouth.

Here are 15 signs you should see a dentist:

  • Your teeth are sensitive to hot or cold
  • Your gums are puffy and/or they bleed when you brush or floss
  • You have fillings, crowns, dental implants, or dentures
  • You don’t like the way your smile or teeth look
  • You have persistent bad breath or bad taste in your mouth
  • You are pregnant
  • You have pain or swelling in your mouth, face or neck
  • You have difficulty chewing or swallowing
  • You have a family history of gum disease or tooth decay
  • You have a medical condition such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, eating disorders, or are HIV positive
  • Your mouth is often dry
  • You smoke or use other tobacco products
  • You are undergoing medical treatment such as radiation, chemotherapy or hormone replacement therapy
  • Your jaw sometimes pops or is painful when opening and closing, chewing or when you first wake up; you have an uneven bite
  • You have a spot or sore that doesn’t look or feel right in your mouth and it isn’t going away.