Making Oral Health a Priority
We often take our oral health for granted. Good oral health, however, enhances our ability to speak, smile, smell, taste, touch, chew, swallow and convey our emotions through facial expressions. All of these things have a big impact on how we perform at school, work or in social situations. And they all have an influential role in quality of life. Read more about Making Oral Health a Priority (PDF).
Protecting Your Child’s Oral Health
Recent news articles have called attention to an increase in the number of young children who have so many cavities in their teeth they must be hospitalized and receive general anesthesia for their dental treatment. And these are baby teeth. However, you can take steps to protect your child’s oral health. Read more about Protecting Your Child’s Oral Health (PDF)