We often take our teeth for granted. They can take a beating every day and yet we don’t always repay them with healthy habits. Most people often go days, weeks or months without thinking about such an important part of your body, your teeth. But your mouth is so critical to the overall health of your body. When you are tired, run down, and ready to call it quits, your teeth can step in by chewing that protein source you need to get you back on track. But how do you repay them? By consuming unhealthy snacks for a quick fix? Or forgetting to brush and floss after you have eaten that treat?
Your smile is such a valuable part of your body and your overall well-being. Your smile is just waiting for you to begin to stand up for it and show it off to all of your friends. There is no need to wait for a tragedy to happen such as unwanted inflammation of the gums, or bleeding when you brush and floss, before you change your dental habits.
For more information on positive dental habits to improve your smile, contact Dr. Strutz and her team today.