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Whole-Body Dentistry | Westchester County, New York

Oral-Systemic Health

Take care of your teeth and gums to protect your overall health and well-being.

The Key To A Healthier You

What is the relationship between systemic and oral health?

At Advanced Dentistry of Westchester, we believe that your oral health is closely linked to your overall health.

That’s why we’re committed to providing comprehensive dental care that not only improves your smile, but also helps you achieve optimal health.

Our experienced team of Westchester County dental professionals offer a wide range of services to meet the unique needs of each patient.

Dr. Magid-Katz is a Founding member of The American Academy For Oral & Systemic Health.

From routine cleanings and dental exams to advanced restorative and cosmetic dentistry treatments, we’re here to help you achieve the smile of your dreams.

But we go beyond just teeth and gums.

Our focus on oral systemic health means that we understand the connection between your oral health and your overall health.

Research has shown that poor oral health can contribute to a range of systemic health issues, including heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and more.

That’s why we take a comprehensive approach to dental care, looking beyond the surface to address any underlying issues that could be affecting your health.

According to research, some of the benefits of taking care of your oral health can include:

  • Decreased risk of heart disease, stroke, and diabetes
  • Improved cognitive function
  • Better sleep quality
  • Reduced risk of certain oral cancer

Achieve Optimal Oral Health with Total Body Dentistry

Oral Health impacts overall health.

At Advanced Dentistry of Westchester, we believe that oral health is about more than just having a healthy smile.

Our whole-body dentistry philosophy is based on the idea that your oral health is interconnected with your overall health.

We take a comprehensive approach to dental care, considering not just the health of your teeth and gums, but also the impact that dental issues can have on other areas of your body.

READ: The effects of oral health on systemic health

What is the relationship between oral health and general health?

Did you know that poor dental health has been linked to serious health conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s?

Poor oral health is associated with other chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease.

Your oral health is a gateway to your overall well-being.

READ: Oral Health in America Surgeon General Report

Strengthen Your Overall Health with Healthy Teeth and Gums

Your teeth and gums are connected to your body in more ways than one, and taking care of your oral health can help you maintain good overall health.

We understand the link between oral and general health.

That’s why we’re passionate about helping you achieve healthy teeth and gums that will support your overall wellness.

The Mouth: A Mirror for Your Overall Health and Wellness

Your oral health is more than just a pretty smile.

Did you know that your mouth can actually provide important clues to your overall health and well-being?

It’s true! Your mouth is akin to a mirror that can reflect the state of your body.

READ: How Your Oral Health Affects Your Overall Wellness

Book an appointment with us today to start your journey towards optimal oral health.

The Surprising Link Between Your Oral Hygiene and Overall Health

Oral health is a mirror to general health

Studies have shown that there is a strong connection between periodontal disease and other health conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes, and even Alzheimer’s.

What about stopping problems before they start? Can technology be used for prevention?

For patients that have spent their entire lives treating cavities with fillings and crowns, a proven successful prevention program means you can finally save time, money, effort, and enjoy going to the dentist for simple cleanings.

But prevention technology goes beyond the teeth.

Oral cancer screening with the VELscope light, which is painless and has no side effects, enables detection of pre-cancerous cell changes, so treatment can be easier and more effective.

Our home sleep test and special mouth guard for patients who snore and are at risk for Obstructive Sleep Apnea can decrease the chance of high blood pressure, heart attacks, strokes, depression, and diabetes.

Understanding the mouth-body connection 

Protect Your Health with Optimal Oral Hygiene

Your oral health is a gateway to your overall health and well-being.

At Advanced Dentistry of Westchester, we understand the importance of systemic oral health.

Dr. Kenneth Magid DDS FICD and our team of experienced dental professionals are dedicated to helping you achieve optimal oral health.

Infections in the mouth can allow disease-causing bacteria to enter the bloodstream and provoke a number of diseases.

That’s why we take a comprehensive approach to dental care that addresses oral and overall health.

Taking care of your teeth and gums today can help you reduce the risk of serious health conditions tomorrow.

Don’t wait to take control of your oral health and overall well-being.

Schedule a consultation with Advanced Dentistry of Westchester today and experience the difference that optimal oral health can make in your life.

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  • Advanced Dentistry of Westchester
  • Kenneth S. Magid, DDS, FICD
  • Sabrina Magid-Katz, DMD
  • 163 Halstead Ave. • Harrison, NY 10528
  • (914) 835-0542

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