Dental Health Isn’t Expensive – Life or Death Dental Care Is

Dental Health Isn’t Expensive – Life or Death Dental Care Is

Dental news reports across the globe have been highlighting a recent trend with regards to individual dental care.Click Here for Discount Dental Care

It seems there is an alarming upswing in the amount of people choosing an emergency room for their last-ditch dental effort at oral health, as opposed to a Sacramento dentist office.

 

Sacramento Dentist Talks About the Cost of Life or Death Dental Care

 

According to this Yahoo News article, more Americans are turning to the emergency room for routine dental problems — a choice that often costs 10 times more than preventive care and offers far fewer treatment options than a dentist’s office, according to an analysis of government data and dental research.

There are too many problems with this life or death approach to dentistry to list here so we’ll just concentrate on the two biggest ones; health & cost.

 

Sacramento Dentistry is Good for Your Oral Health & Overall Health

 

While the scientific and medical communities are still unsure about how exactly our oral health affects overall health, there is one fact that has to be universally acceptable – ignoring proper dental health care is not good for our health!

If don’t see our Sacramento dentist regularly and we wait until an abscessed tooth hurts so bad that we need to go to an emergency room, something is wrong beyond the pain in our tooth or the infection in our mouth.

We can’t treat our teeth and gums – or any other part of our bodies – as if they’re disposable.

If we take care of them every day by flossing and brushing 2x a day for 2 minutes, together with maintaining an active relationship with our local dentists – meaning a visit every 6 months – most of us will breeze through checkups and maybe even doze off during a cleaning.

Meaning we don’t have to endure life or death dentistry at the emergency room, the health of our teeth and gums doesn’t suffer, and we actually save money taking care of ourselves with regular visits to our Sacramento dentist.

A dental ER visit is not anywhere near the realm of healthy; not for our mouths, bodies, or checkbooks.

 

Finding a Sacramento Dentist That Cares About Your Financial Health

 

That’s right, maintaining optimal oral health is another way to “feed the pig!”

Do you know what the average dental emergency room visit costs?

– According to the infographic below, in 2010 in the state of Florida, it was $765.
– And the average cost for a routine dental exam and cleaning? – $179.

No need to even do the math here, if we’re going to the emergency room dentistry route we are losing more money than if we simply visited our Sacramento dentist every six months as recommended.

A down economy should never be a reason to ignore optimal oral health; it will actually cost us more money to delay even just regular dental cleanings and exams.

We don’t need to wait for the government to debate the future of our oral health care, or break the bank on life or death dentistry at the emergency room.

There other easy to pay dentistry options and alternatives to dental insurance available, from jetting off to Istanbul for full set of dental implants to cruising the local community college for student cleanings.

But the beauty of optimal oral health is in its simplicity, it’s as easy as 1-2-3. If we just follow these simple rules, dental health care costs won’t get us down and the cavity creeps can’t fortify their defenses.

1. Brush 2x per day for 2 mins
2. Floss daily
3. Visit the dentist every six months

And don’t be afraid to get your primary care physician involved in the conversation.
 

Emergency Room Dentists Infographic

Infographic Source: FrugalDad.com

 

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