Now that the holiday season is over, many people may have engaged in snacking that was bad for their teeth. Christmas stockings are often filled with sweets that could leave someone in need of dental work if he or she cracks a tooth or develops a cavity due to eating these treats. This is why people should consider making one of their goals for 2013 to visit the dentist at least twice a year.
Chances are, many people did not go see a dentist in 2012. There are many Americans without dental insurance, and it can be expensive to get even the most basic dental treatments. However, if people continue to ignore their dental health by skipping trips to the dentist, they could experience severe tooth decay or gum disease.
People should consider setting off 2013 right by making appointments with their dentists. If cost is a concern, there are discount dental plans available that can connect individuals with dentists who can work at prices they can afford.
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