We have all heard of the looming threat of cavities and how we need to avoid them. However, oftentimes people disregard that warning until it is too late and costly conditions arise. Oral health has been proven to be linked to other conditions throughout your body.
According to the American Dental Association, the first sign of poor health often occurs in your oral health. Did you also know that oral health is vital because it has now been linked to other conditions in your body that can lead to things such as depression, heart disease, stroke, and more? That is why it’s important to maintain positive oral health.
Our team is here today talk to you about ways you can minimize tooth decay and keep you and your family’s health positive and strong:
• Brush your teeth at least two minutes a day, twice a day.
• Floss at least once a day to keep food from hiding in those hard-to-reach places.
• Help your diet by limiting sugar intake and providing well-balanced meals.
• Schedule a dental appointment so you and your family can get a cleaning.
If you have any questions pertaining to your oral health, please contact your dentist. Your dentist can help you fight cavities and reduce the risk of gum disease or tooth loss. So, call us today and schedule an appointment. Let us help you fight off cavities to keep your smile healthy and strong.