What’s Your Risk For Getting Cavities?

Are you at low, moderate, or high risk for getting cavities? What can you do to protect your teeth from cavities so that you can avoid fillings, dental crowns, or even losing a tooth and requiring a more expensive restoration? Consider some of the factors below:

Diligent at-home care can limit or prevent tooth decay. For additional assistance, speak with your dentist about any oral health problems or medical conditions you have that can affect the health of your teeth.

This post is sponsored by San Jose dentist Dr. Ralph Stanley of Hillsdale Dental Care.

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