Saturday, October 13, 2012
Does Genetics or Dental Care Determine Our Teeth’s Fate? | The Dacula Dentist
Recent research has found though that there is a basic foundation of bacteria present in all humans. Ken Krauter, senior author of the study, asserts that there is a very high degree of commonality in the microbial species found in all human mouths. The more that can be learned about these microbial communities, the more equipped we will be at understanding and preventing their potentially harmful effects.
So our main focus with patients must be care at this point. Proper brushing at least two times a day, flossing daily, annual dental x-rays and bi-annual dental exams are what is going to make the biggest impact on your long term oral health. Also, starting young is important. Even toddlers should regularly see their dentist and receive proper dental hygiene daily. The dental care we put forth makes a tremendous difference in the health of our teeth and gums.
We understand the importance of proper dental care and make that a priority at our dental office. If you have questions on dental hygiene or care, contact us today. Feel free to contact us with any other questions as well or to schedule an appointment. We want to be your dentist!
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