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The Gentlemen’s Curb

It’s The Gentlemen’s Curb a lifestyle blog where fashion meets fitness in a BIG way. We are working hard to make sure that this site is updated so that there is always something for you to read. We are also working hard to make this site a hub for men of size. (But, there is something here for all men.)We are back to share some more information with you.

Keep On Top of Your Health With Routine Medical Appointments

The majority of us will only visit a qualified medic of sorts when we are absolutely sure that we have a physical problem or condition and that we can’t put an appointment off any longer. This makes sense, as we tend to lead busy lives and will avoid having to do inconvenient things until absolutely necessary. But this is a bad habit. It involves experiencing unnecessary discomfort and pain. We are all well aware that prevention is better than cure, and identifying or tackling problems sooner rather than later will be more beneficial for you on the whole. So, here are a few different routine medical appointments that you should schedule. They will help to improve your general quality of life!

Dentist and Hygienist

We are all aware that we should clean our teeth twice a day. While this will help to keep them clean, you still need to make sure that you visit your dentist at least once a year – once every six months is preferable. A visit to the dentist will allow the dentist to take a look at the general health of your whole mouth, including your tongue and gums. They will be able to identify early signs of decay and repair them with fillings or root canal treatments. They can also offer additional services, such as whitening, straightening, or veneers. While you’re there, book in with a hygienist! This individual can give you a good scale and polish too.

Gynecologist

We don’t tend to talk about gynecology all too much. This isn’t all too surprising – it concerns a relatively private part of our bodies. But these parts of our bodies require just as much care and attention as any other part and visiting a gynecologist can ensure that any potential problems are dealt with sooner rather than later. Visit somewhere that offers high-quality care and perfect patient confidentiality like Gentle Procedures Clinic.

Optometrist

Many of us give our eyesight for granted. But changes in sight tend to be gradual and you should keep on top of your optometrist appointments so that slight changes can be identified early on. Not only will an optometrist be able to provide you with a prescription, but they will also be able to identify warning signs of diseases, such as diabetes, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. The best part? While some medical appointments can be uncomfortable or even painful, eye tests are not. So there’s no excuse to back out!

These are just a few different medical appointments that you should routinely schedule. Sure, it may be simple to give them a miss. But think of your overall health and wellbeing! Book them in today and make sure to stick to them and turn up!