You may not be very surprised to learn that times are tough right now for many people throughout the country. You hear that the official unemployment rate is about 10% but secretly, many people say it is much higher.
However, this article isn’t really about doom and gloom. In fact, I want to believe that things are going to get better, just like you most likely do.
Health is very important to us. And when times get tough, people get stressed. Sometimes this takes a toll on your health.
It is no secret that many researchers have discovered evidence that suggests the health of our bodies are very connected to the health of our mouths. Yet people have problems with this in many regards!
One is the cost of dental treatment. The other is a lack of understanding, about how to improve dental health at home. These two factors are very related. If you understand good home care, you have a much better chance to keep your teeth and gums healthy AND avoiding expensive dental bills at the same time.
Here are some tools that can help.
1. The hydrofloss – Oral irrigation can be very helpful to your dental health – however this particular device is, in my opinion the best. It has been studied and the studies have been published in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology not once, but twice!
2. Therabreath moutwash – pH balanced, oxygenated mouthwash – very powerful for combatting bad breath and even gum disease.
Taking care of your dental health often needs to extend beyond just regular toothbrushing and flossing. After all, if they were enough to truly maintain your dental health, then why are so many people walking around that need or have had expensive dental treatments? In time, you will begin to understand that what you do at home can have a major impact on your health, well-being and your wallet – all at the same time!
Get more information on this topic from the book: What You Should Know about Gum Disease – available at Amazon and other online book sellers.
*This article is for information purposes only and does not intend to provide advice, diagnosis or treatment for any health problem. If you have or think you might have a health problem of any kind, visit your doctor or dentist for advice, diagnosis and treatment. The USFDA has not evaluated statements about any products mentioned in this article.