Updated: Nov 9, 2021
A link between poor oral hygiene and severity of COVID 19 symptoms has been discovered. Research has shown a dental visit will reduce and prevent bacteria that can lead to many systemic diseases. So please schedule an appointment today.
COVID-19 and Your Oral Health
We realize it is an unsettling time and want you to know your safety and oral health remains our top priority.
Did you know recent research shows a link between poor oral hygiene and severity of COVID-19 disease? This research further emphasizes the importance of visiting our practice for your routine oral healthcare. A visit with our practice helps to reduce and prevent bacteria which can lead to many systemic diseases.
See the research – “The Mouth-COVID Connection”: https://issuu.com/cdapublications/docs/cdapubs_journal_2020_october/s/11067174
To schedule your next visit with our practice, please give us a call at (951) 737-5540.
As always, if you’re not feeling well, and have an upcoming appointment, please give us a call to reschedule. While you’re at home resting, here
✅ Throw away your brush once you are feeling better: Replacing your brush head ensures you get rid of lingering bacteria.
✅ Stay hydrated to avoid dry mouth: Drink plenty of water, as dry mouth can also put you at greater risk for cavities.
✅ Choose sugar-free cough drops: Many cough drops contain sugar, making them equivalent to sucking on candy.
✅ Choose the right fluids: Water is always the best choice. To replenish electrolytes, drink sports drinks in moderation due to sugar content.