Dental Care and New Year’s Resolutions

Categories: Dental, Oral Hygiene

photo_dental_-_new_year-s_resolutions_pad_empty_2-2-2013Put Dental Care at the Top of Your New Year’s Resolutions

We’ve all done it! Each year we make a list of promises to ourselves that we want to fulfill in the New Year. Many of us accomplish most of our goals. But how many people promise to improve their overall health with good dental care?

A Healthy Mouth is a Healthy Body

For the most part, if you maintain good oral hygiene, you will also be laying the foundation for overall good health of your entire body. Diet and physical activity also come into play, but good oral hygiene can prevent other serious illnesses.

In a newsletter prepared by the American Dental Association for dental patients it is stated that the mouth is the window to a healthy body, indicating signs of nutritional deficiencies or general infection.

If you have set one of your New Year resolutions to be a healthier person, the first step in achieving that goal is good oral care and hygiene.

Start your New Year with a Dental Checkup

Overall medical expenses for healthcare will be increasing in 2013, so you want to stay as healthy as possible to avoid illness and the expense associated with illness.

Make the first step to good health and call Ocean County dentist, Dr. Ron Rotem today. Invest in yourself by starting your New Year with a through dental exam and consultation. Dr. Rotem is known for his genuine caring attitude toward each patient, regardless of how long it has been since you’ve had dental care.

Don’t allow this year to impact your health in a negative way. Make your first resolution to schedule a visit with Dr. Rotem for a healthier, happier you in the New Year, “new” being the operative word; making dental care a new resolution on your list of New Year’s resolutions.

Wishing you all a healthy happy New Year!