Have you done your new year resolution yet?
The number one on everyone's list is eat healthy and exercise more. On top of that list should also be your dental health. Dental health is important to your overall health. Consider cutting back on sugary snack and beverages. This will prevent cavities. Add more healthy foods to the your diet, like dairy products which are high in calcium, strengthen teeth. Fruits and vegetables that has vitamin are great for healthy teeth and gums.
Commit to brushing 2 times a day for 2 minutes and floss once per day will improve your dental health.
Your dentist also knows best when it comes to your dental health. Your dentist can monitor and address any issues before it becomes a bigger problem. Regular checkups every six month will ensure a healthy mouth so make an appointment for an check up!
Dr. Ginnie Chen did her college undergraduate studies at UC San Diego. Her doctorate dental education was at Northwestern University in Chicago, where she received academic and clinical honors. Upon graduation, she received graduate honor awards from The Academy of General Dentistry and The American Association of Endodontics.