Why Dental Check-ups Are So Important

You’ll be happy to know that one of the biggest problems in dental care is actually very easy to fix. Dentists in the world complain that one of their profession’s greatest stumbling blocks is that far too many people refuse to get dental check-ups until they have large scale dental problems.

Simply by committing to two checkups with your dentist every year, you can avoid a host of dental problems and in the end save time, money—and your teeth.

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And here’s some very good news: all dental checkups and consultations at Sabka Dentist are FREE. The benefits of check-ups far outweigh any minor inconveniences caused while booking an appointment and will help you decide the best course of action to take with your oral care.

Putting off regular checkups, or refusing to go to the dentist at all, often leads to complications, pain and expenses that could have easily been avoided. For example, easily treatable dental issues such as decay and cavities when left unchecked can affect other teeth, cause gum problems or lead to tooth extraction.

This problem is not unique to India. People all around the world put off going to the dentist until they absolutely have to. According to UK National Health Service statistics, 31% of adults in the UK have tooth decay, 66% have visible plaque and 29% suffer from regular pain in their mouth or teeth.

According to a recent Indian dental survey discussed in The Times of India, while almost 35% of Indians suffer from tooth sensitivity, only 20% actually do anything about it. And while 97% of all respondents admitted that good oral health is critical for overall well-being, only 4% of people surveyed made a trip to the dentist to take care of their dental problems.


Dental check-ups will dramatically decrease the potential for all oral health problems becoming serious. While they may show you that immediate action is your best option, in the end this will save you money compared to paying for more expensive major dental works later on.

It’s time to priorities your oral health. If you haven’t seen a dentist in a while, use this blog post as a reminder and motivation to book an appointment as soon as possible.

Remember, check-ups and consultations are FREE at Sabka Dentist. Having a dental check-up will give you peace of mind and set you on the road to taking care of your health and wellbeing.


About Sabka Dentist:

Sabka dentist is India’s largest and most accessible chain of dental clinics with an expanding network of 110 dental clinics in Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Surat & Bangalore. Sabka dentist provides high quality and hi-tech dental care services at affordable prices. Firmly following ethical and transparent practices, Sabka dentist provides patients with complete information about all treatments. Offering complete dental check-ups, x-rays and consultations, Sabka dentist strives to provide access to oral care to all. The Sabka dentist clinic network allows patients to easily start a dental treatment at one clinic and continue it at any other clinic as all records are accessible online.

Our clinics are open Monday to Sunday from 11am to 9pm. With a team of over 550 dentists, patients need not worry about appointment availability or waiting time. We have successfully treated over 6,00,000 patients and continue to spread smiles everyday.

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