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Stress affects your overall health and can negatively impact your oral health if left untreated. It is important to understand how stress can influence your oral and overall health and ways you can minimize or prevent it.
Stress-related oral health conditions
Here are a few examples of oral health issues that can be caused or worsened by stress.
Ways to manage stress for better oral and overall health
Find and discover healthy, stress-reducing activities such as the ones listed below. By reducing stress, you are also helping improve your oral and overall health.
Of course, always be sure to maintain good oral health habits, such as brushing your teeth twice and flossing once daily. It’s important to visit the dentist regularly for checkups to help detect and treat oral health issues early before they become potentially more serious.
Need a dentist near home, work or your kids' school? With one of the largest networks in the country, we make it easy to find a dentist who fits your location and your schedule.
*All TruAssure dental plans, other than Basic and Preferred dental plans, are offered in association with the DenteMax Plus dental network arrangement, which includes participating dentists from the United Concordia, DenteMax and Connection dental networks in all states but North Carolina, where the DenteMax Plus network arrangement includes DenteMax and Connection dental networks. TruAssure Basic and Preferred dental plans are offered in association with the DenteMax dental network.
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