Your Guide to Dental Decisions Part 3
Back to you with Part 3 of Your Guide to Dental Decisions. With Part 2 there was a lot of controversy about fluoride and I would like to thank everyone who posted comments. In this three-part series I am offering pertinent gems of wisdom learned in my training, through experience in my practice and through ongoing and intense study of the professional literature.Throughout my career as a Dental Hygienist I have seen what works, what is safe, and what is not. All recommendations are based on this knowledge and are those that I would want my family and loved ones to follow. I am also sharing with you my cost/benefit attitude toward being healthy. Obviously there is no edict that you follow these recommendations, but please study and ponder for yourself. Much of the information presented in this series will most likely save you money, time, and frustration!
Since I was a kid, I’ve had an interest in health with a particular focus on the teeth. This led to a career in Dental Hygiene. Years later, when my interest in optimizing health through strength, conditioning, and functional medicine developed, I realized that the link between oral health and total health is significant. Oral disease contributes to systemic inflammation and its myriad of pathological consequences.With this in mind, I hope you have enjoyed this three-part guide to Dental Hygiene, and hope to continue to bring you information on keeping your mouth and teeth healthy.
I am honored to be posting on the Whole9 blog, and hope this information will guide you to a healthy mouth that will in turn help you be strong, healthy and happy. If you have questions about dentistry, feel free to contact me, here at Eva T. Strength and Conditioning!
Please, Stay Strong, Healthy and Happy!