Oral Health Can Have an Impact Beyond Your Mouth
Oral Health is Essential for a Healthy Lifestyle
HOW YOU ORAL HEALTH IMPACTS
YOUR OVERALL HEALTH
The connection between dental health and general health isn’t obvious to most people. However, research shows that oral health has a greater impact on your overall health than you may realize. Taking care of your teeth not only gives you a beautiful smile but it also improves the health of your whole body. If you’re neglecting your teeth, you could be setting yourself up for serious health problems in the future.
Our mouths are teeming with bacteria. This is normal and most are harmless. Daily brushing and flossing keep the levels of bacteria under control. When oral care is lacking, however, problems can occur. The bacteria in your mouth multiply and combine with the sugar in food to make acids. These acids attack the tooth causing cavities, gum disease, tooth decay, and periodontitis, which can lead to infections
that spread to other parts of the body. Here are some of the health considerations associated with poor oral health.
At Bellevue Family Dentistry, we are here to take care of your family's oral health needs. We understand that the body is a complex incredible machine. With proper oral health we can help you take care of your body. We have an outstanding team of trained professionals to educate you about your oral health and tools to help you meet your oral health goals. Both Dr Bob and Dr Sara provide care for everyone in the family. They would be honored to treat your children, parents, aunts, and uncles. We are a dental family and invite you to be a part of that family.
Dr. Bob Villwock
Dr. Bob Villwock, a native of Green Bay is a 1980 graduate of Marquette Dental School. Dr. Bob shares his allegiance with UW-Madison, his undergraduate alma mater. GO BUCKY! Dr. Bob has a great perspective on family, tradition, and and a strong sense of community. He brings these values to his practice where he treats every patient as though they were members of his own family.
Dr. Sara Weber
Dr. Sara Weber, a graduate of Marquette Dental School, has returned back to Northeast Wisconsin after completing a rural outreach residency in Eau Claire, WI. Dr. Sara grew up in Neenah, WI. Dr. Sara has a true passion for dentistry, which she demonstrates by her involvement with the community, and her ability to provide the highest level of care to patients in a manner that allows them to be comfortable.