How To Connect Your Lifestyle and Oral Health


Did you know that men are far more likely than women to neglect their oral health – in some cases, for years? Lots of men don’t brush and floss on a regular basis and avoid dental visits for cleanings and exams. Some of the  healthiest and fittest guys are guilty. 

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Your Healthy Lifestyle Makes a Healthy Smile!


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As a Capitol Hill dentist AND dedicated practitioner of exercise and healthy eating, here’s what I tell all my patients. “Your lifestyle and your oral health are connected.”  A healthy smile is full of healthy teeth. Your lifestyle determines your oral health. Eating a healthy diet, exercising, and avoiding damaging substances and habits will help give you that healthy smile you want.

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Want Your Selfie Smile to be a Healthy Smile?


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Teens take note: Cavities aren’t just for little kids—you can get them at any age. When you consume sugary foods, soda, juice or energy drinks, you put yourself at risk for tooth decay and gum disease. Be smart about your healthy smile. Always brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes and floss once a day. 

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The Lifestyle Connection to Healthy Teeth and Gums


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As a dentist AND dedicated practitioner of exercise and healthy eating, here’s what I tell all my patients. “Your lifestyle and your oral health are connected.” For good oral health, you get out what you put in. That means eating healthy, exercising, and avoiding substances that are poisonous to your body will keep your gums pink and your teeth shiny. 

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