Did you know? Many serious illnesses may be associated with your oral health.
Taking good care of your oral health benefits so much more than just your mouth. That’s why building healthy habits—and sticking to them—is vital. Clinical studies have shown links between poor oral health and pregnancy, Type 2 diabetes and heart disease, so keeping gum disease in check is a key part of looking after your overall wellness.
Get to know the early signs of gum disease
-Bleeding gums when you floss or brush
-Red, swollen and tender gums
-Persistent bad breath or taste
Experiencing any of these symptoms? Give us a call to set up an appointment.
Small steps with a big impact:
The right tools and techniques make all the difference—talk with us about how to improve your brushing.
The spaces in between your teeth are home to harmful bacteria, so clean them thoroughly for healthy gums.
Even with the best at-home care, you should see your dentist and dental hygienist at your personalized recommended intervals.
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