Turns out your smile tells the world a lot about you — not just your dental health, but your overall health, too. If you neglect your gums and pearly whites, heart problems, diabetes, and (guys!) even erectile dysfunction may not be far behind. The secret to good health, dental or otherwise according to research dentist Bill Kellner-Read, is to start early.
Proper dental care begins even before a baby’s first tooth appears. Remember that just because you can’t see the teeth doesn’t mean they aren’t there. Teeth actually begin to form in the second trimester of pregnancy. At birth your baby has 20 primary teeth, some of which are fully developed in the jaw.
The Chinese would argue that you need to be healthy to be fit, yet western philosophy attempts to use fitness to get healthy. Isn’t that back to front? Read More