Thursday, 14 July 2016 09:17

Solving Health Care with Oral Health

Written by  DentalEZ
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It's common knowledge that health care is one of the largest expenditures of the United States economy. Whether you're healthy or not, it's an expensive price tag on treatment and preventative care. Thinking creatively to slash this health care price, the Dental Trade Alliance recently published a study showcasing an unexpected strategy in which oral health can save billions in health care.

Oral Health is linked to our overall health in many different ways. Oral infections can spread throughout the body, and diabetes is proven to worsen with the presence of gum disease. Poor oral health even stirs complications in pregnancy and lung disease.

To spread the word about this Study, the Dental Trade Alliance launched the Oral Healthcare Can't Wait campaign. Within this detailed campaign, the Dental Trade Alliance breaks down the statistics and presents a persuading approach to better individual health and health care. Because of the importance of oral health to overall health, DTA has built a conclusion that if every American had a dental appointment every year, the overall health of the nation would improve resulting in lower expenses for health care.

To learn more about the campaign:
Download the Study

What do you feel about the strategy presented in the Oral Healthcare Can't Wait campaign? Let us know below!



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4 comments

  • Comment Link Harvey Chin Friday, 15 July 2016 05:19 posted by Harvey Chin

    Oral health is responsible for your good or bad overall health. Oral infection can lead more disease like tooth decay, gingivitis, periodontal disease, affected bone and supporting tissue, or even a pain in jaw. Hence be careful and try to improve good oral habits to get better oral health including overall health.

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  • Comment Link Ryan Wednesday, 20 July 2016 02:40 posted by Ryan

    Obviously, bad oral health can leads to many diseases like Cardiovascular disease, Dementia, Respiratory infections, Diabetic complications etc. though which can affect the overall health.

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  • Comment Link PCI Health Training Center Tuesday, 02 August 2016 21:38 posted by PCI Health Training Center

    Many healthcare problems are caused by poor hygiene. It is important to practice good hygiene.

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  • Comment Link Urbandale Smiles Friday, 19 January 2018 06:16 posted by Urbandale Smiles

    Yes, poor oral health may affect your overall health. Maintaining good oral health is an important part of your good health.

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