Regular dental and vision examinations can help detect problems and prevent them from becoming painful and expensive. Our health resources will keep you up-to-date on the latest health information so that you can maintain an overall healthy lifestyle.
Oral Health Videos
Learn about the connection between oral health and overall health, and how you can ensure a lifetime of healthy smiles, by watching the Renaissance “Drool is Cool” video series:
Oral Health Information
Renaissance’s health articles explore how to keep your mouth healthy—and how doing so can help keep your body healthy.
Dentists are Disease Detectives
Your dentist searches for clues that may point to other serious health issues. Dentists can detect more than 120 signs and symptoms of non-dental disease by examining your mouth, head and neck.* This means that if something is wrong in your mouth, something else may be wrong in another part of your body.
By seeing your dentist, you help maintain a healthy mouth and healthy body. Even more reason to see your dentist regularly.
Keeping Mom and Baby Healthy
It’s important to keep visiting your dentist during your pregnancy. Inform your dentist that you’re expecting and the due date, as well as any changes in your oral health. Also, remember to brush with fluoride toothpaste two times a day, floss once a day, and eat a nutritious diet.
Implants: Filling the Gap
Developing good oral health habits can help avoid the need for implants. If a tooth replacement is required, implants can be used to permanently replace individual teeth.
Tobacco: Unfiltered Facts
Tobacco use in any form increases the risk for many oral health issues like tooth loss, gum disease and oral cancer. Discover new reasons to quit using tobacco today!
Quick action is crucial to saving the life of an injured tooth. While protecting teeth from injury isn’t always possible, knowing what to do after trauma occurs can increase the chance of saving the tooth.
Tooth Wisdom Throughout the Years
Helpful information for adults concerned about tooth decay and other issues that may arise as they get older.
Making the Connection: Oral Health and Diabetes
Your dentist can check for early signs of diabetes during a routine checkup. Find out more about the connection between diabetes and gum disease and keep your oral and overall health in check.
Healthy Smiles, Healthy Hearts
Find out how you can reduce your risk of heart disease and gum disease by simply practicing good oral health habits every day.
Oral Cancer: Let’s Talk About It
You can check for early signs of oral cancer with a self-exam. Discover what to look for and why regular dental exams are so important.
Information for kids and parents on the importance of good oral habits. Find out how to care for primary and secondary teeth, have fun with coloring books and browse information to share with your family or students.
ReThink Your Drink Kits
Our ReThink Your Drink Kits are a great, interactive way to see the benefits of choosing water over other, more sugar-filled drinks.
Helpful websites and resources to learn more about maintaining good oral and overall health and wellness.
*Little, James W., Falace, Donald A., Miller, Craig S., & Rhodus, Nelson L. (2013). Dental Management of the Medically Compromised Patient (8th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Mosby Elsevier.
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