The Field of Dentistry is about more than just Teeth and Gums—it has more to do with Overall Health
Oral Health, Oral health refers to the health of your teeth and your mouth. Maintaining good oral health includes keeping your teeth free from cavities and keeping your gums free from disease.
Systemic Disease, Poor oral health can affect more than just your mouth; it can affect other areas of your body as well. In fact there is now research that shows the connection between poor oral health and systemic disease such as diabetes in people of all ages and respiratory diseases particularly among elderly people. Also there is new research now pointing to possible connections between oral health and other systemic conditions such as heart disease and premature, low birth weight babies.
Three Decades of General Dentistry, At Dr. Dental®, overall health and patient-centered care has always been our top priority. Over the years, we have developed great long-term relationships with many of our patients. Our consistent gentle care in general dentistry results in placing our patients' feelings at ease. We are proud to continue our legacy of three decades of general dentistry and always having opened our doors to patients for oral health care regardless of our patients' ability to pay.