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The Importance of Men’s Oral Health

It should be noted that oral and dental health is important for men and women alike, but there are differences that can put them at a higher risk for certain issues like cavities or gum disease. For example, men are more likely to suffer from periodontal disease and have a high chance of getting oral cancer. We gathered some research from the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) and according to them, men will lose an average of 5 teeth by the age of 72 and it actually jumps to 12 if they are a smoker. On top of that, men are more likely to neglect oral health issues that they’re experiencing, which makes them more likely to suffer from these difficult occurrences. That is why men’s oral health is important. 

 

Go To The Dentist

Here at Cox Family Dentistry in Plano, TX, our average patients are women, aged 45+. It can be a hassle off work and they think, if I can’t see it then we are good to go. Again, according to the AGD, 45% of men felt there was no need for them to go to the dentist. So it seems, some men seem are willing to put things off until they can’t take the pain. And, at this point, there is most likely an affection that could lead to tooth loss. That is why it is important to go to the dentist. If it has been too long for you, call (972)-468-8692 or schedule an appointment now.

 

Gum Disease is Real!

You don’t want it to be too little too late. If you put off going to the dentist, you actually end up having to go to the dentist more often. This is because of Periodontal Disease or better known as gum disease. The American Academy of Periodontology, 57% of men have some type of gum infection. This is extremely dangerous to continue to put off. Infections in the gums can cause severe health issues like heart disease, prostate issues, diabetic complications, strokes, cause bacteria to go into your bloodstream, plus more. 

 

Don’t Wait. Call Today!

If you have put your health off, start creating a healthy routine. Brush your teeth and floss twice a day and cut back on sugar or acidic food and drinks. Let our fine team at Cox Family Dentistry help get your oral health back and track. Contact us now at Cox Family Dentistry!

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