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"Can A Healthy Diet Improve Your Next Dental Check-Up?"

Good health starts in your mouth.

Raymond and I consider ourselves lucky to have a professional, friendly, and knowledgeable dental hygienist in Stephanie. We said goodbye to Stephanie and our dental team in July as we planned to take a year off to teach at a Canadian international school. Due to known circumstances, we re-booked a New Year's cleaning appointment. Fortunately, my teeth were in good condition before beginning my treatments. If they were not, I would have to have dental work completed before using one of my treatment protocols.

Yesterday, I joined Stephanie and I shared my medications and life changes. When Stephanie started cleaning my teeth, she noticed how good my teeth were. My oral health had always been good, but she noticed there was very little plaque buildup on my teeth. She noted that reducing processed sugar and refined flour is not only good for my physical health, it’s also good for my oral health. Also, eating a nourishing diet provides calcium, magnesium, B12 and other vitamins supportive of healthy teeth and gums.

If you are making a list to encourage you to make dietary changes, you can add oral health as a positive benefit of making healthy dietary changes.

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