A Beautiful Smile Brings Added Health Benefits
The new normal doesn’t mean your smile has to suffer. If you have been considering any type of restorative or cosmetic dentistry, call and talk to a team member from Sturm & Associates.
Dr. Judy Sturm, Dr. Nancy Kang and Dr. Janice Lo are licensed professionals who can help you smile with clear braces, professional teeth whitening, dental implants, crowns, bridges, and porcelain veneers. If 2020 has been getting you down, do something for yourself and your overall health with restorative and cosmetic dentistry in Yorkville.
The Added Benefits of a Beautiful Smile
Crooked, chipped, and even stained teeth hurt more than your self-esteem. A smile that needs a tune up is unhealthy for overall health as well. It’s well known that your mouth is the pathway to the rest of your body mirroring other conditions that may be hidden. On the flipside, good oral health helps prevent other conditions and diseases.
Chipped and Crooked Teeth Hurt your Smile
Crooked and chipped teeth are hard to take care of. Chipped, crooked, and misshapen teeth are difficult to brush and floss allowing decay to form. Decay turns to plaque and eats away at the enamel on teeth.
Bleeding Gums and Overall Health
Your dentist in Toronto will check your teeth, gums, and also dental restorations for any problems. It’s said that sometimes your dentist is the first to know if something isn’t right. Any lesions, patches, sores or other not so normal things must be checked to determine any abnormalities.
Gum disease also leads to premature and low birth rate for pregnant women. Signs of something to investigate include mouth ulcers, swollen gums, gum problems, oral and facial pain, dry mouth, and heart and digestion issues.
Smiling Builds Confidence
In these trying times, it is important to be as healthy as possible starting with your mouth. Call and schedule a comprehensive dental checkup and a no obligation cosmetic dentistry consultation with Sturm & Associates today.