Chicago Comprehensive Dental Services For Healthy Smiles that Light Up Your Life

You may be wondering exactly what we mean when we talk about comprehensive dentistry. It’s simple: Comprehensive dentistry is dentistry that looks at you and your mouth as a whole, taking into consideration how you feel, how you look, and how your smile functions for total health.

All of our dental services are centered around the idea of prevention and health. It is complete care that grows with you, offering advanced hygiene and early detection, along with cosmetic and restorative dentistry that helps return your smile to its natural beauty while eliminating pain and improving function. We even offer orthodontics!

Most importantly, our Chicago dental care takes into consideration the fact that your oral health affects your entire being. When your mouth is healthy, you lower your risk for things like heart disease, inflammatory problems, diabetic complications and even cancers. Knowing all this, wouldn’t you choose comprehensive dental care from The Smile Group for your family? We know we would!

Important Reasons to Choose Health-Centered Dentistry

The Ad Council recently released an interesting study showing that, in general, kids brush their teeth far less than they ought to. This study indicates that only 44 percent of American kids brush their teeth two or more times per day, leaving 66 percent of our country’s young population vulnerable to tooth decay. But they aren’t the only ones. Many adults also fail to care for their teeth as well as they should.

This is a very serious problem especially when you consider that the bacteria that is produced in an unhealthy mouth is associated with all sorts of health disasters such as heart disease, diabetes problems and even obesity. Even if your family’s health isn’t impacted, it can become costly in terms of time lost fixing even minor cavities. According to an Ad Council press release, “oral disease causes kids to miss 51 million school hours and their parents to lose 25 million work hours annually.”