IMPORTANCE OF DENTAL CARE Taking good care of your mouth, teeth, and gums is crucial.
A person’s dental health is an important part of their overall health.
Sadly, many people don’t give dental care the attention it actually deserves. As a result, they don’t just ruin their oral health over time but also put their general health at risk. Iranian Dentist in San Diego
Our mouth contains a large number of bacteria, most of which play a beneficial role.
If proper care is taken, anyone can maintain good oral health and enjoy the quality of life.
However, lack of attention and care could easily take the toll on one’s dental health, as bacteria reach a level that might cause different types of oral health issues like a cavity, bad breath, tooth decay, gum disease, etc.
Bad oral health may also make you more likely to develop serious health conditions such as endocarditis and other cardiovascular diseases. Likewise, there are some diseases that might affect your oral health.
Thanks to new-age dental technology, effective treatment options are available for anyone with problems like crooked teeth, missing teeth, a gap in between teeth, broken tooth, cavity, stained teeth, etc.
Dr. Pegah Salami, DMD, Serenity Dental Group
If dental problems are detected at an early stage, treatments can be easy and cost-effective.
Any kind of delay or negligence might require expensive corrective procedures.
Therefore, always remember to pay serious attention to your dental health – so you can be safe and healthy overall.
Meet Your Dentist Pegah Salami DMD
She made the dean’s list three years in a row before she graduated from UCSD in 1996 with her bachelor’s degree in general biology.
She then earned her dental degree, cum laude, at Boston University School of Dental Medicine in 2001.
She continues her education through many postgraduate courses and seminars every year.
Most recently, her educational focus has been in the areas of orthodontics, cosmetic dentistry, Invisalign certification, and becoming a sedation dentist through DOCS, the Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation.
She is a member of the California Dental Association (CDA), American Dental Association (ADA), San Diego County Dental Society (SDCDS) and the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD). A local, Dr. Salami attended Torrey Pines.
She and her husband live with their three children in San Diego. She enjoys oil painting, cooking, and keeping fit with Pilates.