“By starting early, good dental prevention habits are instilled in your child.The long term benefits are a healthy and happy smile throughout your child’s life.”
A fully functional mouth is not just beautiful, it also improves a person’s quality of life because being able to eat, speak, smile and laugh without embarrassment or discomfort is vital to a happy, healthy lifestyle.
Previous generations accepted the idea that their smiles would eventually deteriorate, and there was little that could be done to rectify the situation because older people suffer tooth loss and gum recession, along with other dental problems. While these problems are nothing to smile about, thankfully times have changed.
April, with the beginnings of a bright new season, is a good time to remember how important healthy teeth and gums are to our overall health and well-being.