By the time we’re 60+, we know that brushing and flossing twice a day, visiting a dentist regularly, and eating nutritious foods are all essential components of good oral health. These healthy habits become even more important as we age, when conditions that affect our mouth may also affect our entire body.
Edward A. Glover, D.D.S
March 3, 2016
We all know that our diet can affect our physical health. Weight gain, lack of energy, and even heart disease can all be caused by poor dietary choices. These nutritional choices can also affect our teeth.