Health has become an important issue in our daily life. However, there are still many of us who neglect the importance of healthy teeth and gums. Other than a nice, brilliant smile, good dental health plays an important role in keeping your whole body in good shape. Poor dental hygiene which causes gum disease, cavities and other infection can lead to a more serious health problem in the future.
Some recent studies link common oral problems to severe illnesses such as stroke, diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer's disease, osteoporosis and even premature birth. Regular brushing and flossing is important to keep your mouth healthy, but you still need routine check-ups and cleanings with your dentist. Nevertheless, the high dental cost has made it difficult for some families.