My Treasured Smiles Dentistry – Dentist Open Nights and Weekends

Let’s face it: finding time to visit the dentist can be a pain. Between work, family obligations, and everything else in life, visits to the dentist are often neglected. But your dental health is important, and visiting for a checkup is one of the best ways to ensure that not only are your teeth and gums healthy, but that health issues don’t affect the rest of your body. That’s why Treasured Smiles Adult and Cosmetic Dentistry is a dentist office that is open on nights and weekends.

With many dentists currently overbooked, we’ve extended our hours to make sure we find the time to take care of your teeth. See our expanded hours below:

Monday: 9:00am-7:00pm

Tuesday: 11:30am-7:00pm

Wednesday: 8:00am-5:00pm

Thursday: 7:00am-4:00pm

Friday: 8:00am-3:00pm

Saturday: 8:00am-2:00pm

Do you live near the Frankfort area and are looking for a dentist open nights and weekends? Click here to request an appointment and find an available booking that works for you.

Our services include general treatment such as cleanings and periodontic hygiene; restorative treatment such as crowns, bridges, dentures, and implants; and cosmetic treatment like Invisalign, teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, and dental bonding.

Why You Should Find a Time to See a Dentist, even on Nights and Weekends

Nobody likes going to the dentist to get lectured about dental hygiene. But there’s a reason we do it, and one of the reasons we recommend coming in regularly to see a dentist, even on nights and weekends.

You may be one of millions of Americans who can get away with not seeing the dentist and having no issues between visits. But this is a risky gamble. While the layer of enamel covering your teeth may be the hardest substance in your body, failing to take care of it regularly can lead to the material eroding and placing your teeth at risk of damage. Once this layer is gone, it can never grow back – it is critical that you keep up with regular dental hygiene.

The Risk of Gum Disease

Teeth aren’t the only thing that are at risk of long-term damage. Your gums are extremely resilient, but poor dental hygiene can lead to a condition called gingivitis, a disease that afflicts nearly half of adults in the United States above the age of 30. In this stage of gum disease, gingivitis can be treated by visiting a dentist who can remove plaque and tartar on your teeth. But if left untreated for too long, it can develop into a more advanced stage of gum disease called periodontitis.

Gingivitis can be cured; periodontitis is permanent and cannot be reversed. In this stage of gum disease, an infection has reached the bone attached to your tooth and gradually destroys it. As it gets more severe, the infection can progress to your blood stream and immune system, affecting your entire body rather than just your gums. Eventually, it can even lead to tooth loss.

The sooner gum disease is caught, the better the outcome. While slight periodontitis cannot be reversed, with good oral hygiene the side effects can be manageable throughout your lifetime. Treatment for periodontitis, however, may require you to visit the dentist more often.

The best way to see the dentist less is, paradoxically, to see the dentist more often. Make sure that you schedule a cleaning at least every six months to take care of issues early before they become a big problem.

Finding a Dentist Near Me Open Nights and Weekends

Gum disease and other dental ailments can pose a serious risk not just to your mouth, but your entire body. As a result, any sort of dental pain or changes should be taken seriously. Failing to get regular checkups can have permanent health consequences.

But that’s not the only reason that you should visit the dentist. Maintaining a bright smile is not only good for your health, but your self-esteem. A smile says a thousand words, and we’re here to make sure that you keep it that way!

Treasured Smiles Adult and Cosmetic Dentistry is committed to helping you maintain good dental habits in a comfortable environment. We’re a great option for people who may have avoided going to the dentist out of dental phobia (or even just forgetting!) Contact us today to learn more about our night and weekend visiting hours.