C Children experience many firsts: first tooth, first words, first step, first birthday and first haircut. Parents want to be prepared for every step of their child’s new life experiences, including dental visits. Only parents willing to model positive attitudes should accompany their child on a dental visit.
Twenty-five percent of the population suffers from chronic halitosis. Halitosis can be a very embarrassing problem and can seriously affect one’s business and social life. If you don’t brush and floss daily, particles of food remain in the mouth collecting bacteria, which can cause bad breath. The surface of the tongue is one of the major breeding grounds for bacteria that attack the teeth and gums, causing bad breath. Therefore, brushing your tongue daily can greatly reduce mouth odor. Many of us are so busy we can barely catch our breath. But for the millions of Americans who suffer from chronic halitosis, or bad breath, the joys of everyday life can be anything but breathtaking. It is estimated that nearly $10 billion is spent each year to treat bad breath; much of it is wasted. According to Green California Dental Group, some products on the market only solve bad breath problems temporarily.
Men are less likely than women to take care of their physical health and, according to surveys and studies, their oral health is equally ignored. Good oral health recently has been linked with longevity. Yet, one of the most common factors associated with infrequent dental checkups is just being male. Men are less likely than women to seek preventive dental care and often neglect their oral health for years, visiting a dentist only when a problem arises. When it comes to oral health, statistics show that the average man brushes his teeth 1.9 times a day and will lose 5.4 teeth by age 72. If he smokes, he can plan on losing 12 teeth by age 72. Men are also more likely to develop oral and throat cancer and periodontal (gum) disease.
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