Welcome to Judy Dental Hygiene Care

A Guide to Oral Health. The Link to Overall Health and Well-Being

Dental Hygienists help you prevent gum disease and tooth decay. They work with you by providing client specific tips and by providing evidence-based data to help keep your mouth healthy. Over the years, the dental hygiene scope of practice has broadened.

Today, Dental Hygienists not only clean teeth, they provide a process of care that involves assessing the oral condition, planning and implementing the treatment, and evaluating individual oral care programs. As Registered Health Care Professionals, they are responsible for the prevention and reversal of periodontal disease and dental caries (cavities). In so doing, they make an important contribution to overall health.

Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is one of the most common types of human diseases. The signs of gum disease may include bleeding or swollen gums. It's an infectious condition that can result in the destruction of gum tissue and bone. If left untreated, the bacteria that cause gum disease may travel through the blood stream increasing the chance of heart disease, stroke, respiratory diseases and pregnancy complications.

The link between oral infections and other diseases in the body is becoming well documented and accepted within the health care community. It underscores the importance of good oral hygiene and the role dental hygienists play in preventing oral disease. ***ODHA***

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Inside Halton

February 13, 2009

The Benefits of an Independent Dental Hygiene Center includes:

Easily accessible Dental Hygiene Services.

Affordable pricing Flexible hours (Evenings and Weekends)

Optional and Selective Treatment