Practicing good oral hygiene habits combined with having regular dental check-ups can help maintain optimal oral health for a lifetime. It’s important to remember that your oral health is connected to your overall health, and poor oral hygiene can lead to many other health issues. It’s all connected, and this is why our Dental Hygienist, Tiffany Ludwicki, takes a holistic approach to oral hygiene.
“Since oral bacteria is a risk factor for heart disease, stroke, diabetes, pneumonia, Alzheirmer’s disease, pre-term low birth weight babies, and possibly up to 50 different illnesses, I wanted to ensure that the mouth was a piece of the puzzle when preventing, diagnosing, treating, and maintaining the multitude of chronic and preventable diseases,“ – Tiffany Ludwicki, Dental Hygienist.
What are some ways you can keep up with your oral health?
- Adopt positive oral hygiene habits and have regular dental check-ups, to ensure you live a longer life, remain free from physical oral pain, as well as from the often emotional suffering caused by oral disease.
- Avoid risk factors like tobacco, harmful use of alcohol, and unhealthy diets (especially those high in sugar) to protect your oral health, and also prevent other conditions such as heart disease and stroke, cancer, chronic respiratory diseases, and diabetes.
- See what’s causing your oral health to suffer, visit a dental hygienist!
There are so many pieces to the oral health puzzle, and it’s much more than just a nice smile. Oral disease can impact every aspect of your life – including your ability to perform basic functions. Book in with Tiffany today to check in on your oral health! Book an assessment
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