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How Other Health Issues Affect Your Oral Health

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Every part of your body is intricately interconnected.

This means that changes in the health of one system impact the health of other systems.

As your dentist in Corapolis, PA, Dr. Rupert is an important part of your family’s health care team, and he takes your overall health very seriously. It’s been said that your oral health is actually a mirror that reflects your overall health, and we pay close attention to what we see in that mirror.

Here are three ways your oral health and overall health interact and influence each other:

1. Periodontal Disease – The Oral-Systemic Link: Researchers recently discovered that there is a close association between periodontal disease ...

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Choosing the Right Dentist in Coraopolis PA

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A quick Google search will show you that there are plenty of dentists available. But you don’t want to choose just any dentist when it comes to finding a member of your health care team. You want to find the best dentist for both you and your family, and you want to find someone who will be with you in the long term. How do you know if you are choosing the right dentist? Let’s go over a few of the ways you can make sure you are finding the right dentist in Coraopolis PA.

Ask the People You Know for Recommendations

Find out who you family, friends, and colleagues ...

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Fun Facts on Flossing

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One of the main ways to maintain your oral health is by flossing regularly. Many people think that flossing isn’t as important as brushing and if you brush enough then flossing isn’t necessary, but it is actually just as, if not more important, than brushing. Flossing removes the plaque and tarter that hides in the hard to reach area of your mouth such as in between your teeth, in the back teeth, and between your gums and teeth. Proper flossing will help prevent gingivitis, bad breath, and tooth loss which is why it is so important to healthy teeth.

Flossing Facts

  • Fewer than half of Americans floss daily and men are less ...

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