Develop an Oral Hygiene Routine

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and we want to do our part to help raise awareness of the connection between poor oral health and systemic diseases, such as breast cancer. It is important to have regular dental checks combined with an effective oral hygiene plan to main overall wellness. When you need a general dentist in Saratoga Springs, NY, look no further than Springs Dental. Our caring team of experts are here to help ensure total body health, starting with your mouth.

 

Good oral care

Many adults believe that they are no longer susceptible to dental problems. However, adults are not protected from oral health issues. The safest method for maintaining a healthy mouth and body is scheduling regular dental checkups and professional cleanings.

 

Developing an oral hygiene routine.

Developing and sustaining a good oral hygiene habit is one of the most critical components of oral health. Healthy teeth help you feel and look good, and they make speaking and eating properly possible. Perhaps the biggest benefit is contributing to your overall wellbeing. Creating an effective oral hygiene plan is as easy as following these simple tips:

You may not know that dental fillings begin to break down after being in place for about eight to 10 years. When this happens, bacteria and food can get below them and cause decay deep in the tooth. Call us at (518) 633-4446 if you notice any changes in existing fillings.

 

Contact Spring Dental today!

When you are scheduling your medical checkup appointments, make sure to include a dental checkup as well. Your oral health can help sustain your overall health. Contact Springs Dental and our team today at (518) 633-4446 to schedule an evaluation and help developing a good oral hygiene routine.

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