Unlocking the Genetic Roots of Orthodontic Issues

If you have inherited a bad set of teeth and gums, regular brushing and flossing might not be enough. Let’s look at the difference between genetic factors and lifestyle habits.

  • The spacing of your teeth is often inherited from your parents.
  • Issues within the jaw can also be caused by genetics.
  • Bad habits such as improper brushing and failing to see the dentist are perfectly reversible.

“Having parents with poor dental health could predispose you to having the same issues, so you’ll need to be extra vigilant about your oral care.”

Learn more about how heredity might impact your teeth and gums:

http://yourdentalhealthresource.com/are-orthodontic-issues-hereditary/

 

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Loran Simon

Dental Care Tips is a dental news website for patients. We also provide a free service to help patients find local dentists. Dental Care Tips is operated by Somnowell Marketing, a digital marketing agency for dental practices. We also founded Somnowell, the ground breaking anti-snoring device invented by Prof. Simon Ash.