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No matter how much money you have, how famous you are or how well you brush your teeth, chronic stress can have negative impacts on your smile and overall health. Even the most celebrated amongst us can feel the effects of long-term stress. See your local dental professional to see how stress is affecting your smile and start the process of healing and destressing now.
Chronic Stress Can Lead to Dental Problems
Regardless of where stress in your life comes from, your body is only made to handle stress for a certain amount of time before stress starts wreaking havoc on your health. Chronic stress can affect your smile in several negative ways including:
- Chipped or fractured teeth
- Clenching or grinding teeth
- Dry mouth
- Lose your teeth
- Gum inflammation
- Periodontal disease
Destress for a Better Smile and Teeth
Stress affects everything from your smile to how your body feels. Your health can be negatively impacted when dealing with long-term stress and that includes your mouth. Many factors affect your mouth in addition to stress. We are dental professionals you can trust to provide competent outstanding care right here in the Kingston, PA. Take care of your mouth and work on destressing your life for a better, healthier smile for years to come.
Effects of Chronic Stress on Your Smile
Highpoint Dental Medicine features three of top Dentists in Bucks County under one roof. Brian Wilk, DMD is a top cosmetic dentist. Jill Zurek, DDS has been recognized by Philadelphia Magazine as a top Pediatric Dentist and Richard Titlebaum, DMD was named the top Endodontist. Call today at 215-822-1866. We treat Invisalign™ patients from Buckingham, Montgomeryville, Doylestown, Line Lexington, Upper Gwynedd, Lower Gwynedd, Lansdale, Horsham, Montgomery County, Bucks County and the surrounding communities.