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Going to the dentist is probably not high on anyone’s list, but it is something that is very important, not only for the health of your teeth and mouth, but also for your overall health. Many people avoid going to the dentist for a number of reasons, most of which are not valid. On the other hand, 96% believe an attractive smile makes them more appealing to the opposite sex. If you want to keep that appealing smile and have good teeth, you need to go to the dentist regularly. Here are some of the reasons it’s important.
Some people believe that regular brushing and flossing is enough, and they only need to see the dentist if they notice a problem or experience pain. That’s not true, however, as nearly half the population over 30 has some form of periodontal disease, and that number increases to 70% for people over 65. Mild forms of the disease may not present any symptoms, but they will be apparent to a trained practitioner of general dentistry. That’s why it’s important to see you (more…)
When it comes to finding work, a properly-written resume can make potential employers sit up and take notice. During the job interview, however, employers are looking for well-dressed candidates with some experience in the field. Asking questions, having a firm handshake, and delivering positive work references can go a long way toward securing any position. There have been no formal studies on the subject, but most Americans believe one other factor can help them attain their career goals: a bright smile.
The vast majority of people do state that an attractive smile and up-to-date dental work is extremely important to them, and some even believe that the perfect smile can help them find their dream job. Surprisingly, most American adults are missing at least a few teeth; “edentulism” is extremely comm (more…)
Dental clinics can be a scary place for many people. Why? Lots of patients feel nervous when the dentist is performing a procedure they can’t watch. There’s also a myth that the dentist does painful procedures that hurt while they’re being done. Unfortunately, this myth has a negative impact on many Americans because it keeps them from seeking proper dental care. What lots of people don’t know is that dental surgery is usually a pain-free experience, and there are also lots of dental options that can truly improve people’s lives by actually reducing their pain. If this has piqued your interest, keep reading to find out why the dentist isn’t so scary after all.