teeth resolutions

The new year is traditionally the time when people make resolutions, turn over a new leaf and such. Often, there is the commitment to get one’s finances in order, improve one’s mind, eat better, exercise, write that memoir, etc.

Well, judging by the evaporation of the crowds at the gym come February, all but the most resolved fade back to their old habits eventually. It’s just human nature.

So when you choose your New Year’s resolution, aim low and pick something easy to do…

Try sticking to these three resolutions:

  1. Commit to brushing three times a day and flossing at least once a day.
  2. Don’t let that little issue you’ve been having with your teeth go untreated because things are always easier and less expensive to treat early on. *
  3. Remind someone you love to do the same.

*See how we can help you with this resolution by clicking here.

If you do this, come July, you can smile broadly and boast that you’ve kept your New Year’s resolution!

Wishing you all the best for the new year.
See you in six months!

Dr. Richard Wollensak and staff