Infographic: Oral Health vs. Overall Health by 1Dental.com
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Gum disease is much more common than you might think, and it can lead to major health problems like diabetes and heart disease.
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Thanks, these are great charts! Very informative. I am going to show it to my dental clinic in calgary.
I like how they presented the infograph about the proper oral health awareness. I can suggest this to our dentists in greenville sc for them to use during seminars and lectures. You can see how simple it has been explained through that sample. Now you know why you should be careful with what you eat.
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Great Post. This blog shows very simply how important dental health is for the overall health . I love the way you present this post . Thanks for shearing .
We agree! Thanks!
I love how the information is presented, but it made me think that Texas has a lot of “other gum disease”. Awesome for you to have created this data and sharing it!
Your site has some really helpful information. We invite you to read our articles about oral health topics and blog with us at http://www.dentalinsurance.org/blog/index.php/2012/07/oraloverall-health-illustrated/.
Thanks, Jen! We’re happy to see others spread the word about oral health with us.
Representation of this information is really very nice and beautiful.It is really helpful for me.Thanks for sharing…..
The infographic shows a mildly disappointing state of oral health in the US. Smoking is largely to blame as well. But this is a challenge to the health sector and the government.
I was entertained looking at your illustration on the statistics of the overall dental health of Americans. It’s really best to prevent any disease by visiting the dentist at least twice a year.
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Great info in an even better format.
Dentists need to fight back against wonky research & irresponsible reporting!
Now you’ve armed them with this visual tool to communicate the gum disease/overall health connection to patients…in office iPads, on your blog, facebook timeline,….retweet, pin it, +1…lather, rinse, repeat.
I love statistics. Especially when they can provide such eye opening revelations as to why and how we, all, should care for our oral health. The overall health issues, related to basic oral care, are so numerous that these facts and figures are to say the least staggering.
This presentation is very well arranged, descriptive and informative. All worthy of the praise being stated. Yet I must share an observation.
From a graphic design perspective, your illustration of the United States map does a wonderful job of showing the vastness of gum disease issues amongst a large population; however, it does present a visual which may be misunderstood. The color distinctions displaying the estimated numbers of adults, as relative to the overall size of the country, could Very Easily be misinterprated as a Regional description of the National epidemic. There is a need to illustrate the importance of oral health as a national problem yes; however, sharing statistical percentages will always be most effectively illustrated with the standard “Color Pie Chart Chart”.
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Wow, I need to remember to floss twice a day for healthy heart! Who knew that for less than 10 minutes a day of flossing that costs less than $5.00 a box could do so much for the health of your heart. Thanks for great information 1dental!
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