Many people hate going to the dentist. They may like their dentist Etobicoke just fine, but they may hate having their teeth cleaned, and worse, having to have more extensive dental work done. Dentists and dental hygienists also often tell patients information they would just as soon not think about. The hygienist might tell the patient that he has to start flossing more often because he is in the early stages of gum disease, for example. Flossing teeth should not be an arduous task. Floss is cheap and doing the action takes only a few minutes a day, yet many people don’t bother with it.
A dentist Etobicoke or the dental hygienist at the practice also may advise patients that they need to brush more often, particularly after eating sugary foods or drinking sugary beverages. Most people don’t want to carry a toothbrush and toothpaste around with them, and they still would like to eat a candy bar in the middle of the workday and have some soda during the day too. Doing those actions on a daily basis without brushing until the evening, or at least thoroughly rinsing the teeth after consuming the sugary substance, can be a risk factor for cavities. The Etobicoke dentist knows what she’s talking about, so it’s best to pay attention.