How Dental Health Is Linked To Your Overall Wellbeing

Routine visits to the dentist, in addition to brushing and flossing daily, are considered to be signs of good oral hygiene. But did you know that the benefits aren’t just limited to a sparkly smile and fresh breath? Maintaining good dental health benefits the rest of your body and increases your overall wellbeing.

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Why You Need Routine Dental Checkups

When’s the last time you went for a dental checkup? Doctors recommend at least two visits a year for checkup and cleaning. It helps in the early detection of possible infections and diseases and is crucial for maintaining healthy teeth and gums.

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Post Op Care: Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Wisdom teeth are the third set of permanent molars located at the back of your jaw. Unlike other permanent teeth, wisdom teeth don’t develop until late in life as there have been reported cases of people developing their wisdom teeth anywhere between the ages of 18 and 30. But not everyone has to have their

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Diabetes & Poor Dental Health – Infographic

Having tooth sensitivity or other dental issues as a diabetic patient is not good. Improved oral care, with added daily floss and brushing routine between the meals, along wit controlled blood sugar level can help avoid these situations. Infographic By: Bethesda Dental Health

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Signs and Symptoms of Tooth Decay

Tooth decay, cavities and dental caries develop on hard surfaces of teeth. These cavities can be in the form of holes, pits, dark stains. The hard enamel of the teeth gets infected with bacteria and the teeth are left exposed.

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