Adults Under 40
Tooth decay is commonly thought to be an issue just for children, but the truth is that we are all at risk for tooth decay at some point in our lives. Dental disorders that go untreated can lead to major health issues like infection and tooth loss. As a result, we must ensure that dental problems are addressed quickly and properly in order to address associated health issues.
The good news is that dental disorders are completely avoidable. A better method to achieve this is to practise healthy behaviours such as cleaning your teeth twice a day, flossing, eating a well-balanced diet, and avoiding fast food.
Concern for Adults Under 40
- Gum Disease
- Teeth Grinding
- Sensitive Teeth
- Dental Abscess
- HIV/AIDS-Hepatitis B & C
- Dental Extraction
- Uneven/Discoloured teeth
Adults between the ages of 25 and 40 are transitioning from carefree days of fantasy to days of responsibility and accountability. This is the age when most people begin their families, settle into employment, plan their children’s futures, and secure their financial futures.
People become incredibly careless with their health as a result of all of this additional pressure.
Particularly important is oral health.
Some people believe that tooth decay only affects youngsters, but did you realise that you are at danger for the rest of your life? Untreated dental illness can result in major health issues such infection, bone or nerve damage, and tooth loss. If left untreated, dental infections can spread to other parts of the body and, in rare situations, become life threatening.
The good news is that tooth decay can be avoided.
By adopting these healthy practises, you may perform preventative dentistry on yourself:
The IDA suggests that:
Brush your teeth twice a day, floss between your teeth once a day, eat a balanced diet, and limit snacking between meals. Also, remember to go to the dentist on a regular basis. You can reduce your risk of tooth decay by following a good dental regimen and eating nutritious foods.
Remember that your youth will not last forever, but if you take care of yourself now, ageing older will not be as bad!
For a happy and healthy smile, make an appointment with your dentist.