Archive for March, 2016
Teeth are the mighty warriors of our body. Without them it would be pretty hard to chew that well done steak, eat those potato chips, and our smiles would definitely look awfully strange. Oral hygiene is incredibly important for our overall well being, and it all starts with the proper dental care.
Make your dentist proud
In the United States alone, an estimated 26% of adults ages 20-64 have untreated dental cavities. It is imperative to be thorough when taking care of your teeth! Brushing alone only cleans 70% of the surface of your teeth. Flossing is equally important, and floss picks are a handy option to help reach all those nooks and crannies that make up the other 30% of your mouth. And don’t forget your tongue!
On a regular basis, people keep trying their best to leave no stone unturned to achieve perfect health. While the pursuit of health for most people includes things like staying in shape, keeping major bodily systems healthy and achieving better overall health and fitness, there are certain things about the human body that often get neglected in these efforts. Usually, one of the things that gets relegated to the back seat is teeth.
Having healthy teeth is extremely important for many reasons. Not only do teeth serve a crucial functional purpose, having clean, sparkling white teeth also add a lot to your appearance in general. Almost everyone in America believes that an attractive smile can very well be an asset in society, and about 75% of people believe than a smile which is unattractive can be a potent