Tooth loss is a process which everyone has to face in life sooner or later. Depending on the person’s age, the reasons for tooth loss can be very different, however research shows that approx 27% of people lose their first tooth between the ages of 21 and 30. Age, genetics and good dental hygiene and maintenance determine the longevity and overall health of your smile, teeth and gums.
Maintaining your oral health and achieving the perfect smile are often seen as a priority among adults and teenagers. But the battle between getting braces and keeping your crooked teeth becomes a struggle when faced with so many options. Use this infographic to understand the differences between hidden or incognito braces, invisalign, and traditional braces. Discover which option is right for you.
You are what you eat! This is what others believe when it comes to identifying a person’s lifestyle and physical stature. It goes the same with the person’s oral hygiene. You dental health can be assessed by the foods that you eat and not just by brushing or flossing. This infographic from Smile Artistry provides a detailed representation of different types of foods that are friendly and also harmful to your oral health.
Say cheese! A smile is something you should show off, but that can be difficult if you don’t like the appearance of your teeth. Cosmetic dentistry offers an assortment of procedures that improve the look, feel, and function of your pearly whites. View the following infographic from Dr. Jason Kasarsky DDS to learn more.
While many people choose to look after their oral health for aesthetic reasons, there are a number of health issues good oral hygiene can prevent. The most obvious effects are, of course, the health of your teeth, gums and mouth. However, there are a number of ways bad oral health can affect areas of your body other than your mouth. This includes harming your memory, cardiovascular health, breathing, digestive health and even the health of your skin. If you do not maintain your oral health, this could result in diseases in other parts of your body.