FLORIDA DENTAL RESULTS AT BOTTOM OF U.S.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(Newswire.net January 8, 2013) - Key Largo, FL- Florida is known for sunshine and its beaches however it suffers repeatedly from the dubious distinctions of negative press when it comes to due diligence and “caveat emptor”.
Why do Florida dental results come out so poorly when there are so many dentists practicing their trade there? Over the statistical period taken from 2008-2010, it was found that Florida’s children had the lowest amount of sealants applied to their teeth which protect the enamel and ultimately the casing that prevents bacteria to enter the roots and gums which teeth are there to protect. Ultimate Dental Care in Key Largo reviews the whys and wherefores.
General income levels and further, educational levels probably have a lot to do with this statistic however dentists throughout the state are not proud to quote such results. Even more disturbing are the fact that Florida ranks the highest in availability of the sealants than any other state that can prevent such tortuous results. Other states and areas of the country offer free sealants for kids in order to stave off such dental problems.
Ultimate Dental Care, of Key Largo, Fl maintains its reputation as a family dentistry practice by ensuring that their kids are well looked after in this regard and take a pre-emptive approach to tooth decay before such problems exist. Dr. Norys Hayes, DMD of Ultimate Dental Care, has a staff of professionals that cater to the family practice and address the dental hygiene approach before the dentist sees long lasting problems.
With the close correlation between tooth decay and bacterial infections and heart disease, the dental care that must be administered has become even more important in overall health and well being care for all. Regardless of such paltry results in the dental stats, some Florida dentists like Dr. Hayes see their role as one of leadership in this industry. With lower income families suffering the most as they normally do, it is the dentist’s and physician’s role to do what they can to help this burgeoning population of lower than average health grades to come up to standard.
Income levels are tied to this problem because of health insurance acceptance as well. With higher income areas paying more cash versus insurance, the survival of the richest is surfacing this disparity in income demographics in our health fields. Some dentists are trying to ignore these income bifurcations, however their industry is no different than any others where they must survive and wade through their own income level setbacks that have trickled through the economic downturn.
Please contact Dr. Norys Hayes of Ultimate Dental Care at: (305) 453-9105 http://www.dentistkeylargo.com
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