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    Relationship between Dental Health and Aging

    As human beings grow older, it becomes more crucial to stress on proper dental and teeth care. There is a popular misconception that it is inevitable to lose a tooth. However, it is incorrect as teeth can last for an entire life period if good care is taken.

    As you age, there are changes inside your mouth too. There are nerves inside the teeth whose size become smaller. Thus, your teeth’s sensitivity to cavities and various other problems become less. But if regular dental checks are not carried out, these problems cannot be detected till it is very late. When you really want to look and feel good, you need to be fit and healthy and look good all through your life. A healthy mouth can make all the difference in your life.

    Tips to improve oral health

    • You should brush your teeth daily with a toothbrush that has soft bristles. An electric toothbrush may be also used twice every day for getting benefits.
    • You must use a flossing tool to clean the teeth well.
    • You should clean your dentures daily if you are wearing them.
    • Immediately quit smoking for your oral health. Smoking not only exposes you to a higher risk for various types of cancer including lungs, it also aggravates dental problems such as tooth loss, tooth decay and gum disease.
    • You should go to your dentist on a regular basis for a thorough dental checkup.
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    Dear patients,

    We continue to closely monitor the situation regarding the Coronavirus/COVID-19 and take all necessary steps to follow the ADA, CDC and national guidelines. The ADA has the recommendation to close dental offices for two weeks time, we have decided to close our dental office now with the intent to re-open on Tuesday, March 31st (subject to change).

    Please be patient with our team as we work to keep everyone on schedule with their treatment.

    In the event of a dental emergency please call our office.

    Thank you for your understanding.

    • Terrell Hills Dental