If you look around your home your walls and mantelpieces are probably covered in photos of your family. In fact, they might just be the most important people in your life. We know just how you feel! We would do anything for our family, and we know you would too. That means ensuring that everyone in your family are healthy and happy. So how do you ensure this?

Easy! You make sure that they see their dentist in North Scottsdale. Visiting the dentist shouldn’t be a hassle. It is beneficial to not only your oral health, but your overall health as well. Here are some reasons why you should visit Pinnacle Peak Family Dentistry in North Scottsdale at least twice a year.

For preventive measures

We want your mouth to be as healthy as possible, which means we can pinpoint problem areas before they become a serious concern. X-rays also help us to see whether permanent teeth are coming in properly or whether wisdom teeth will need to come out. These aren’t things that you would be able to figure out on your own–you need the watchful eye of your dentist.

For teeth cleaning

Sure, you brush and floss your teeth twice a day, right? So why should you visit our office twice a year for dental cleanings?  It’s simple; we have special tools that are designed to get into the hard-to-reach spots. We also check the health of your gums to make sure that gum disease isn’t lurking around the corner. To put it simply—we can give you a more thorough cleaning that your teeth truly need.

For education purposes

You might think you’re the king of flossing or that you follow a smile-friendly diet–that’s wonderful. However, it is important to visit Pinnacle Peak Family Dentistry in North Scottsdale to learn more about the best foods to eat for a healthy smile and tips to keep you smiling for longer. We can provide you with the much-needed TLC your teeth deserve. From proper brushing techniques to what foods to avoid after teeth whitening, we are ready to help you keep that smile beautiful and healthy.

Contact Dr. Sara in North Scottsdale to learn more about how you can keep your teeth healthy for a lifetime.