To maintain optimum oral health, you should have regular check-ups and professional cleanings at least twice a year. Many people don’t know that problems with teeth and gums can cause other far-reaching health issues.
How can poor oral health impact the rest of my body?
If you do not take proper care of your teeth and gums, you may increase your risk of developing other health problems, including:
What does preventative dental care involve?
In addition to seeing your dentist and dental hygienist twice a year, you should:
Brush at least twice daily
Floss at least once daily
Rinse with an antibacterial mouthwash
Refrain from smoking
Limit your sugar intake
Eat a well-balanced diet
To make an appointment for a dental check-up and a hygiene treatment, call us on 01925 266 488.