ORAL HEALTH + OVERALL HEALTH ARE MORE CONNECTED THAN YOU MAY REALIZE
YOUR SMILE IS ONE OF THE FIRST THINGS PEOPLE SEE + CAN MAKE A LASTING IMPRESSION
Studies have shown that your oral health is connected to many other health conditions beyond your mouth.
Often, the first sign of disease may show up in your mouth. When you have good oral health, not only are there positive effects on your overall health, but there is an increase in your confidence, self-esteem, and drive socially and professionally. However, when one’s oral health is poor, their quality of life is directly impacted. Oral discomfort, missing or broken teeth, or oral infection influence the ways one speaks, eats and socializes. Ultimately, reducing the quality of one’s physical, mental and social well-being.