Secrets of Health in the Mouth!

LIFE IS TOO BEAUTIFUL TO NOT ENJOY IT.

photoMAINTAINING YOUR ORAL HEALTH IS THE KEY TO A HEALTHIER YOU!

DID YOU KNOW...

  • People with diabetes have a higher than normal risk of periodontal disease.
  • The journal of periodontology reports that at the very least, 34%of the U.S male population at the age of 30-35 has periodontitis.
  • Gum Disease has been linked to an increased risk of heart disease and stroke.
  • Nutrition, physical health, and habits contribute to your dental health and mental well being.
  • A great smile brightens others' day as well as your own.

LEARN MORE:

Click on any of the links below to learn more about how the health of your mouth affects your overall health.

Women Who Get Dental Care Have Lower Risk of Heart Disease, Says Study
Science Daily

Etiology and Prevention of Acid Erosion
Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry - November/December 2009 Volume 30, Number 9

Glidewell Identifying the signs of bruxing and clenching

Treating Gum Disease Helps Rheumatiod Arthritis Sufferers
Science Daily

Dental Researchers ID New Target In Fight Against Osteoporosis, Periodontitis.
Science Daily

The More Oral Bacteria, The Higher The Risk Of Heart Attack, Study Shows
Science Daily

H1N1 Flu (Swine Flu)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

How Dentists Are Preventing Oral Cancer From Ever Getting Started
OralCDx, 2008

Our pregnancy dental study presented at IADR meeting
Aetna Dental Dialog, Fall 2008

Periodontal Bacteria May Be Linked To Heart Disease
Science Daily

Laser Used To Help Fight Root Canal Bacteria
Science Daily

Genes Discovered That Allow Gum Disease Bacterium To Invade Arteries
Science Daily

Cranberries Contain Possible Anti-Caries, Anti-Plaque Agents
Science Daily

Don't Surrender Any More Teeth to the Tooth Fairy
Scientific American

Watch Your Mouth (Gums and Teeth Give Clues About What's Going On Inside Your Mouth)
Washington Post

Bad gums are bad news; Periodontal disease can put you on the road to other health problems
NIH E-clips June 02, 2005

Benefits of Chewing Gum, Chewing Gum is Good for Oral Health
Wrigley

Amalgam fillings don’t affect children’s brain development
Journal of the American Dental Association, 2008

You Really Can Reverse Caries Chemically
Oakstone Medical Publishing, 2007

Oral Cancer Knowledge, Risk Factors and Characteristics of Subjects in a Large Oral Cancer Screening Program - JADA August 2002

Link Between Heart Disease and Periodontal Disease
Dental Economics, November 1996

Good Dental Health
Jerry Gordon

Gingivitis: Bad to the Bone
Washington Post

Dental Infections May Increase Risk of Stroke
Washington Post, September 16, 1997

Can Gum Disease Harm the Lungs?

Brush All the Teeth You Want to Keep
Washington Post

Bacteria Behind Gum Disease Are Linked to Heart-Attack Risk
Wall Street Journal, September 30, 2003

A Tot's Teeth
Parade Magazine, September 15, 2002

 

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