If you have ever had a bad toothache or sensitive gums, you have some idea of how badly dental health issues can affect you. A good smile is a good indicator of your health and quality of life.
Don’t be stressed over dental health
There is a lot of attendant stress that comes with having bad teeth or bad gums. You may not be able to think straight, which impairs your work and puts your job at risk. You may not even be able to go to work.
It can put strain on your relationships, because, again, you are not able to meet your basic obligations.
What may have been a simple thing to handle at one point may now require an expensive procedure to correct, and that can be stressful.
Good dental health is simple to maintain and a lot less stressful.
Don’t be in pain
Being in constant pain doesn’t just have short term effects. It can have such an impact on your day to day that it takes a long time to recover, and this can be in terms of your financial situation, but more importantly your mental and physical health can be adversely affected.
Why torture yourself? No visit to a good dentist is going to be worse than the pain you are feeling, and something can often be worked out in regards to the payment of the bill. Dentists want to help.
Don’t damage your long term health
As well as having a site specific impact on your teeth and gums, that may take a significant amount of time to fix, evidence has begun to emerge that links tooth decay and gum disease, and the bacteria that causes it to long term conditions such as diabetes, heart problems, and dementia. If you are pregnant it can affect birth weight, and in the worst cases premature delivery or miscarriage. Your dentist wants to help you avoid this.
Your dentist wants you to have a great life. A great smile really is a marker of good quality of life and good health. “Choosing a Board Certified Dentist gives patients the peace of mind that they are dealing with a professional” – Dr. Feintuch – Manhasset Miracle Smile.