At the end of this month, the World Health Organization (WHO) will celebrate May 31 as World No Tobacco Day, a day focused on informing the public on the dangers of using tobacco and the business practices of tobacco companies. The day also focuses on the WHO initiatives in fighting the tobacco epidemic and what people around the world can do to claim their right to health and healthy living and to protect future generations. This year, the theme for World No Tobacco Day is “Commit to Quit.” There is no better time than the present to commit to stop smoking. When an individual quits, the body begins to heal itself and reverse the side effects of smoking and oral health and overall health begin to improve. Make the commitment today to quit.
During this month’s issue of Dental 360°, you’ll learn the effects of smoking on your oral health and how COVID-19 caused people to delay their dental and medical care and how this delayed care is cause for concern. You’ll also learn reasons why you may have a toothache and possible causes of bad breath and how to treat it.
Roseman Dental’s Dental 360° is a monthly e-newsletter. Each month you’ll receive a panoramic view of dental health. Dental health is key to your overall health and here at Roseman Dental, we are dedicated to improving not only your mouth, but your whole self. At our clinic we have an excellent team of licensed dentists, dental residents and students, and dental assistants and hygienists all focused on you and your family’s oral health. We offer comprehensive care, are a one stop shop for all your dental needs and offer dental care at a cost typically lower than what you would find at a traditional dental office. Roseman Dental has been serving its community since 2011 and we look forward to continuing to serve you and your family.
We hope you find Dental 360° helpful and informative. We look forward to connecting with you monthly.
Dental 360° May Articles
Tobacco, Smoking & Your Oral Health
Delayed Care is a Big Concern
What Causes a Toothache?
Combating Bad Breath