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How Does Your Oral Health Affect Your Mental Health


Posted on 9/5/2022 by Evan
How Does Your Oral Health Affect Your Mental HealthPoor dental health may lead to inflammation, which can contribute to the biochemical processes that produce depression and a bad mood. There is a correlation between poor dental health and depression, and the strength of this association depends on the dosage. This implies that the severity of mood issues, such as depression, worsens in tandem with the progression of gum disease to the point where it can no longer be ignored.

In addition to this, having poor dental health might harm your overall mental health. The appearance of your teeth likely makes you uncomfortable in social settings, while other people are around, it will be more difficult for you to take food or beverages. This might make it difficult for you to eat or drink in public. Because of this, you could want to avoid being around other people, which is not good for your mental health.

Poor Dental Health Can Cause Anxiety


On the one hand, the impending need for dental treatment may bring up emotions of dread and anxiety. In addition, dental illness is connected with a wide variety of psychiatric conditions, including severe mental illnesses, psychiatric symptoms, and eating problems: Corrosion, dental caries, and gingivitis are a few examples of these conditions.

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Our dental office is available for treatment outside our usual business hours to accommodate patients who have full schedules. We ask that you not wait but rather get in contact with us as soon as possible, visit us at one of our locations, or schedule a time to meet with us by making an appointment. When they come to see us, patients of any age have the opportunity to get first-rate dental care that is considerate of their budgetary constraints.
 
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