Facial Beauty Dental review summary

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4  9
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5 reviews with no rating

5on Google,Jan 15, 2021


Great dentist and staff .

4on Google,Jan 14, 2021


First time going just for a zoom cleaning but way way better than another place I've been gentle careful and professional thats what I expect . So I shall be back good job.

5on Google,Dec 29, 2020


This dentist doesn’t need to refer you to specialists, he has everything you need there. From root canals to making crowns, etc - it’s all there. Don’t know why I ever went elsewhere. His staff are great too! Very friendly and professional. I highly recommend!!

5on Google,Dec 16, 2020


So happy with the care I was given!! Everything turned out beautifully and I would highly recommend to my family and friends... in fact I already have!😊

5on Google,Dec 01, 2020


This is probably the best dentist Iv been to in a long time !!! I told my dental hygienist that I have a terrible gag reflex and he was so understanding !! (Even after I upchucked on myself 🥺) he answered every question I had and was very friendly and made me feel welcomed. The dentist came in for a short bit to answer my questions about getting some Invisalign and was awesome as well. I’d have to say the whole staff is awesome to the front desk as well !! I will definitely send family and friends there ☺️

5on Google,Nov 24, 2020


I had a dental work done with Facial Beauty and they were so wonderful. They made me feel as if I had been coming for along time but this was my first appointment. Very family feeling. Everyone was great!

5on Google,Oct 29, 2020


Great job. New technology & great employees

Oral Disease Can Lead to Systemic Disease

Much is known about the effect of systemic disease on oral health.

Common diseases such as diabetes, herpes, cancer, osteoporosis, hypertension (high blood pressure), asthma, sinus troubles, and even pregnancy can have both direct and indirect effects on oral health. Other, more rare autoimmune diseases, such as lupus and AIDS, also manifest themselves in the mouth. (This list is far from inclusive.)

In addition, many medications have side effects that affect oral health. Some of these medications may be discussed in future blogs,  but I will give you some general examples. Many medications cause drying of the mouth. This can lead to bad breath, increased tooth decay, and gum disease. Other medications cause gingival enlargement and overgrowth. Still others, cause bleeding, taste alteration, lesions, fungal and bacterial infections and so on. Osteoporosis drugs can even lead to the necrosis of the jaw.
(You may visit medications and oral health for tables of medications and treatments and their affect on oral health.)

We are now learning that Oral Disease can also lead to Systemic Disease!

Many studies have found that the inflammation and bacterial byproducts of Chronic Periodontal (Gum) Disease can lead to low grade chronic inflammation processes in distant organs and systems. Although hardly exclusive, the most well know of these connections is the Cardiovascular system. Periodontal disease has been shown to be associated with increased atherosclerotic plaques, C-reactive protein, and plasma fibrinogen; all known factors in cardiovascular disease. There has been reports of increased risk of both heart attacks and strokes.

In my next post, coming soon, I will tell you about my joint venture with my wife to improve the health of our patients and our community.