As the old say goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. We couldn’t have said it any better.
For years we’ve known regular brushing and flossing–good dental hygiene–plus scheduled dental cleanings and check-ups helped our patients to reduce cavities, keep a bright smile and prevent or reduce gum disease.
Today, we know it’s more important than ever to do these things. Studies are showing good preventative care has wider reaching benefits. Poor oral health is now being linked to potentially life-threatening illnesses such as:
For Beautiful, Affordable and Local dental care in the heart of the Okanagon, contact Dr. Alan Singleton at Singleton Dental.