Good oral health is not just for children, but is necessary at all ages of life.
Following an oral health plan is important to prevent diseases. If untreated, dental disease can result in an infection and further damage to bone or nerves, or tooth loss.
Gum disease can be prevented and the first sign, gingivitis, is the only stage that can be reversible. There are not always signs, however, so it is important to follow your oral health plan. Following an oral health care routine is critical to preventing and managing good oral health.