How knowledgeable are you when it comes to your oral health? It’s important that Hendricks County folks don’t take their oral health for granted, especially if they want to keep their natural teeth throughout their lives.
About 100 million Americans don’t see a dentist each year. However, regular dental exams and good oral hygiene can prevent most dental problems. Unfortunately, many people think they should only see a dentist when they’re in pain or something is wrong. But, that’s not the case. Regular dental visits can help you maintain good oral health throughout your life. Therefore, if you experience dental pain, don’t put off seeing a dentist, like Dr. Jon Erickson at Danville Family Dentistry. And, continue to practice proper preventative oral health techniques while following all treatment plans recommended by your dentist.
To find out how much you know about your oral health, take our quiz:

Check your answers to the key below to see how much you know about maintaining good oral health.

You Have to Have Dental Insurance to Visit Danville Family Dentistry. True or False.

False. While dental insurance can help pay for your dental care, you don’t have to have dental insurance to visit our Hendricks County office. However, to help our patients who don’t have dental insurance, Danville Family Dentistry offers our Smile Savings Plan. This annual plan provides qualified patients with preventative dental care services for a low fee. With our Smile Savings Plan, during a 365-day time frame, you’ll receive:

  • 2 professional dental cleanings
  • 2 professional oral evaluations
  • Routinely scheduled X-rays

Additionally, if you require other dental services, you’ll receive a 15% discount on services provided by our office.
To schedule an appointment at Danville Family Dentistry, located in Hendricks County, or to learn more about our Smile Savings Plan, contact our staff at 317-745-4400.
By maintaining good oral health, you can ensure your smile will stay healthy and beautiful.

Quiz Key

  1. a
  2. c
  3. b
  4. a
  5. d
  6. b
  7. d
  8. a
  9. c
  10. b. Dental sealants keep cavities from forming.

Disclaimer: The information included in this article is for educational purposes only. It should not be used as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.