Pediatric Dental Health Month: How Oral Health Ties to Overall Heart Health

February is not only Pediatric Dental Health Month, but it is also Heart Health Month. Roseman Dental & Orthodontics provides high-quality, reduced-cost, empathic, and evidence-based dental and orthodontic care and services to our community. When considering braces, how about getting up to half off of regular orthodontic prices? Our clinic accepts most insurances and Medicaid. Visit to find out more about Roseman’s Dental and Orthodontic clinics and meet our pediatric dentist, Dr. Alice Chen.

Dental health has been linked to heart health. According to Harvard Health, poor oral health has been linked not only to cardiovascular disease but chronic inflammation in the body, setting off vascular damage to the heart and brain. Unfortunately, those without access to healthcare and who lack exercise are more likely to have poor oral health and heart disease. If you are not able to see a dentist regularly, brush and floss twice a day and choose foods that are good for oral health and heart health.  For reduced-cost dental and orthodontic care, call Roseman Dental & Orthodontics at 702-935-9395.

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