Five questions you should be asking your dentist
You may not know this, but the health of your mouth can impact the health of your body. Your mouth is full of bacteria, and if you don’t properly care for your teeth, the bad bacteria can enter your bloodstream and spread to other parts of your body. That’s why we created a guide with five questions you should ask your dentist. These questions can lead to eye-opening oral health information that could be connected to other health issues in your body.
About the guide
The PDF guide, “The five questions you should ask your dentist — and why they’re critical to your health,” contains the most important questions that the founder of The Dental Medical Convergence, Dr. Chuck Reinertsen, believes you should ask your dentist. These questions can lead to a bigger conversation about your overall health. According to Dr. Chuck, properly caring for your mouth can greatly reduce your chances of developing diseases including cardiovascular disease, stroke, and pregnancy complications.
You can print the guide and take it to your next dental appointment. Then, ask your dentist the five questions, write down the answers, and take the information to your physician. Our mission at The Dental Medical Convergence is to bridge the dental-medical divide. We believe this guide is one way to do that. Let’s open the communication lines between dentists and doctors, sharing important health information so we can better care for our overall health.
Dr. Chuck says most people don’t realize how a few questions can improve their dental and overall health. In this guide, you’ll have the resources you need to help yourself and others.
Click here to get your PDF copy of this important health guide.