When you are a baby, your parents are responsible for caring for your milk teeth. As you grow into a young child, your parents teach you about the anatomy of your teeth and how to brush and floss. As you continue to age into your teenage years, your parents are likely still scheduling your dentist appointments and helping you navigate the troubled waters of cavities and wisdom teeth.
With the help of a family dentist, parents do their best to instill the value of proper oral hygiene into their children. So, what happens when life kicks you off of your parent’s health insurance and nobody is making your dental appointments for you anymore? How often should adults go to the dentist? Affinity Dental is here to shed some light on this topic. (more…)