The Benefits of Enjoying a Year-Round Healthy, Vibrant Smile
Pretty much anyone with a pulse made at least one New Year’s resolution for 2018. Maybe you made that resolution while fully conscious and staying safe at home, or maybe you made that resolution while on a night on the town. Either way, now it’s your job to stick to your principles.
One Word of Advice: Steer Clear of Public Gyms for a Little While
Many people made resolutions regarding their weight, which is an important aspect of your overall health and wellness. There’s evidence of this in the record number of new gym membership applications that get filled out the first week of January, every single year. Who has time to shuffle around densely packed weight and exercise areas? New Year’s gym congestion can also lead to injury — you never know, you might get side-kicked by an aerobics beginner, or get taken out by a rogue set of battle ropes belonging to an overzealous crossfit enthusiast.
Do Something Less Obvious This New Year
People tend not to be aware, but your oral health is inextricably linked to your overall health. The two have never been mutually exclusive, as a matter of fact. Gum disease can lead to scores of health problems unrelated to your teeth and gums, like diabetes and heart disease.
That’s why it’s important to get general dental care throughout the year. We’ll be able to spot any problems before they become ordeals. We also provide cosmetic dental services that will give you a movie star-style smile faster than ever before.
Right now is the time to make your appointments. If you have dental insurance, it’s likely your annual deductible benefits have reset. Let’s make it a point to practice self care in 2018, by keeping thorough brushing and flossing routines, and by making stops throughout the year for premium oral health services by Bedford Dental Group.