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By Dr. David Gordon
June 30, 2014
Category: Oral Health
Tags: Oral Hygiene   Oral Health  
A relationship is defined as being the way in which two or more people or things are connected. You and your teeth are connected, which means you have a relationship with your smile. When it comes to relationships, you want the mutual support. The teeth matter—they are functional and esthetic. A smile gives you presence, and functionally, the teeth help you break down food and form words. Oral Health
 
Teeth support you day in and day out, so it’s only natural that you give your smile the same support and attention. 
 
That’s why oral hygiene is the most important thing you can give back.
 

Ignoring Oral Hygiene Leads to a Future of Fighting Decay

No one really enjoys fighting, and that’s what will happen if you ignore the maintenance of your teeth and gum tissue. If you don’t give them the love and care they need by brushing and flossing on a daily basis, your future may consist of dental appointments trying to remove tooth decay and gingivitis, maybe even gum disease. 
 

The Importance of a Doctor-Patient Communication 

Going to the dentist can make you feel nervous, but a strong reliance on your dentist, as well as good communication, will keep your teeth and gums from straying to far from healthy.
 
Regular dental appointments and at-home care are the building blocks to a better relationship between you and your teeth. 
 
Do you want to know more about oral health in relation to your overall health? Call our dentist office located in Vallejo, CA—(707) 557-2200. 

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