MONDAY, Feb. 7, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- The type of drill your dentist uses just might determine your chances of catching COVID-19 while in the chair.
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Breath is vital for life. So is digestion and your circulatory system. All of these important bodily functions are influenced by your mouth, which is why functional dentistry, the type practiced by Dr. Sam Guarnieri, DDS, at Pittsford Dental Excellence Center in Rochester, NY, can play an important role in your total body health.
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Root canals and comedy clubs. It’s true that one is significantly more pleasant than the other, but they share the same goal: To put a smile on your face. There is another commonality. Both are among the patient services at Brockport Smiles, a dental office with a fresh approach to patient care and oral health.
When you go to the dentist, the doctor isn’t just assessing your teeth. The health of your mouth can be an indicator of larger, more serious issues. In fact, studies have proven a link exists between oral health and cardiovascular disease and increased risk of stroke.
When Diane Foster and Lindsey Burgess were talking about dental health with coworkers, they were floored to learn most of them don’t follow dentists’ recommendations.