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Getting Older Can Affect Your Risk Of Tooth Decay

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We want all our patients to have healthy mouths for life. It’s important to remember that your oral health needs change as you get older.

Preventive care is an important part of our family dentistry in Reading, Ma, which is why today we are sharing a video by the American Dental Association related to tooth decay and how getting older could affect your risk.

One thing we do know is that regular dental cleanings and exams at First Dental Associates will help you keep your mouth healthy. To schedule your next appointment, call 781-435-7290 or fill out our online form.

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