Dental Health and Overall Wellness

The following are a few examples of the health related complications which can occur from lack of, or inadequate dental care:

  • - snoring can hasten the onset but could also increase the severity of age-related ailments such as diabetes, hypertension, obesity and memory loss." University of Chicago Medical Center study
  • - Chronic oral infections can lead to: Cardiovascular disease and stroke, Respiratory diseases , Low-birth-weight, premature births, Obesity
  • - There is a direct association between periodontal disease and diabetes which has been well documented.
  • - Aging teeth and gums impact your ability to chew, digest and enjoy food as well as add years to your appearance and possibly decrease your airway and breathing ease.
  • - Tooth wear changes facial structure, resulting in a recessed jaw, sagging cheeks and hidden upper teeth.
  • - Good oral health is central to your overall health and wellness.

We at Oro Dental Medicine make it our goal to facilitate your quality of life with exceptional skill, care and judgment….making living longer … something to smile about.

The first ever Surgeon General’s Report on Oral Health notes “You cannot be healthy without oral health.” In the article, “Oral Health: A Window to Your Health” Mayo Clinic physicians agree.

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Drs. Oro with Dr. Richard Carmona, former US Surgeon General and stimulus for "Healthiest Town in America" Inception

Drs. Oro with Oro Valley Mayor Paul Loomis reading Proclamation declaring Oro Valley Healthiest Town in America 2009

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