Father’s Day Dental Tips from Casula Dental Care

by | Aug 24, 2023 | Father's Day

fathers day dental tips from casula dental care

Father’s Day is almost here!

Our Casula dental team sends you happy greetings on this upcoming Father’s Day celebration.

To the amazing Dads in the Casula area, we made a quick list of our favourite tips to help maintain good overall health.

Tips to Maintain Good Overall Health for DAD

#1 Get an Oral Cancer Screening

Men have a greater risk of developing oral cancer, particularly over the age of 45.

Good news! Oral cancer is treatable the earlier it’s diagnosed.

Consider undergoing an oral cancer screening while it’s early!

#2 Schedule a Dental Cleaning & Exam

Postponing routine dental care is not good for your teeth or your overall health, as tooth decay and gum disease can affect the foods you eat and your blood sugar levels.

By making at least one annual visit to our practice, our dental hygienists can gently clean Dad’s teeth while Casula’s dentist checks for any signs of dental problems.

#3 Wear a Sports Mouthguard

Wearing a custom-fitted sports mouthguard is an inexpensive way to protect his teeth during various forms of recreating. Losing teeth is costly – especially to replace missing ones!

#4 Keep Good Daily Oral Hygiene

Brushing twice a day and mastering the art of flossing can all go a long way toward keeping Dad’s teeth healthy and help decrease any unexpected visits to the dentist.

Quality Dental Care in Casula

Your Casula dentist understands just how important it is for your Dad’s teeth and gums to stay healthy through the years.

A careful and thorough examination by your Casula dentist will protect his teeth and catch any small issues that could result to overall health problems in the future.

He will leave Casula Dental Care with a radiant smile and a clean bill of health, all thanks to you.

Contact us on (02) 919 99695 or request your appointment online.

We are located at Shop 17A Casula Mall, 1 Ingham Drive in Casula.

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