The Societal Importance of Basic Dental Care

Posted by 24 September 2014 0 Comments

Basic dental care is important for fending off the threat of dental diseases, including cavities, which are easily preventable with good dental habits. While some people view oral health as less important than general medical care, taking care of your oral health is just as important! There is a societal importance of basic dental care as oral health problems such as gingivitis have been linked to serious health problems like cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

It is no surprise that there are billions of people around the world who have no access to dental care. This includes the vast majority of the rural population and much of the poor living in the urban areas of underdeveloped nations. This is largely due to the lack of education and prevention programs established in these areas.

In Canada we are privileged to have dental care, and therefore shouldn’t take it for granted. We know that dental cleanings and fillings can be pricey if you’re not insured, but delaying necessary appointments can end up costing you much more in the long run!

Oakville Place Dental Office

Dr. Kashyap is a strong believer in giving back to the community. Before joining the Oakville Place Dental team, she participated in volunteer projects promoting the importance of oral health to primary students and young adults around the world. In addition, she has also worked in Northern Ontario with the Cree providing dental care to children and families. Most recently, she was part of a Dental humanitarian mission to the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico to provide dental care to local Mayans.

Dr. Kashyap is able to relate to individuals of diverse backgrounds and cultures as she speaks five different languages, including: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish and German. She is truly dedicated to providing the best dental care to her patients.

If you would like to book an appointment with Dr. Kashyap, please contact us today!

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How long has Oakville Place Dental Office been in existence and how long have Dr. Solomon and Dr....

Dr. Solomon and Dr. Kazdan both grew up in Toronto and were classmates who graduated from the University of Toronto Dental school in 1990. After this, they each associated in the Greater Toronto Area for three years before establishing Oakville Place Dental Office in 1993. They’ve enjoyed practicing in the Oakville area for almost 25 years, and have had some patients for well over 20 years!

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