Associated Dental Care is as passionate about our Bloomingdale community as we are about dental care!
Throughout May, we celebrated our Bloomingdale Dentist community by sponsoring the Baseball and Softball Association!
The Bloomingdale Baseball and Softball Association (BBSA) is a not-for-profit youth baseball organization that provides youth baseball and softball for children ages five through eighteen.
The BBSA is ran 100% through Bloomingdale volunteers, like Associated Dental Care and offer a great opportunity for people throughout the community to become involved in a fun, youth centered activity.
This past weekend Associated Dental Care, your Illinois Dentist, sponsored and participated in Chicagoland’s Sports and Recreation Festival, Just Play!! Your favorite Carol Stream dentist was there May 18th and 19th and had their own booth.
Over 5000 people attended the JustPlay event, making it the perfect outlet for educating people on the importance of oral health care. Associated Dental Care sponsored the event, along with many other awesome Carol Stream businesses, and gave out lots of fun goodies to encourage proper dental care.
Just Play was an awesome community event that allowed Carol
Stream Dentist to mingle outside of the office. Associated Dental Care’s caring staff was able to engage with other awesome local businesses, and we even got the opportunity to wrangle a giant snake!
Thank you to all who stopped by our booth and participated. We hope you had as much fun, and learned as much, as we did!
Associated Dental Care has a fantastic reputation throughout Illinois due to their incredible
repertoire with clients, and their serving the area for over 4 decades. Wheaton Dentist, Associated Dental Care has also built their reputation through community involvement in many different areas of Illinois. One of the events that the Wheaton Dentist, Associated Dental Care will be sponsoring will be the Bloomingdale Baseball Softball Association’s Parade on April 27th, 2013. Players from Bloomingdale, Hanover Park, Winfield, Streamwood, and Lombard will all be in attendance, as well as their families, giving ADC (mydentist.net) a great opportunity to educate kids on the importance of oral health.
Associated Dental Care will be in attendance on the opening day of Bloomingdale’s Baseball and Softball Association, as well as at the parade. They will be donating custom mouth guards for all the players, who are boys and girls age 5-18! It is sure to be a wonderful, community event.
For over 41 years, Associated Dental Care has made a mark on the community of Glendale Heights. ADCs dedication to customer service, excellent dental work, and the community has allowed the family run business to become Glendale Heights go-to dentist!
Associated Dental Care is as interested in educating and practicing oral health, as they are about sponsoring community events. Mydentist.net aka Associated Dental Care carries on the tradition this spring, through sponsoring The Bloomingdale Baseball and Softball Association. The Bloomingdale Baseball and Softball Associated boost members from Glendale Heights, and are getting ready to start up another great season. ADC is proud to sponsor the youngsters as they hit the fields this spring.
As a sponsor, Associated Dental Care makes sure to cheer on their team, as well as to remind the kids to keep their teeth safe by investing in a mouthguard!
Roselle Dentist Gives Back to the Community
Associated Dental Care, a.k.a MyDentist.net, is proud to have been the number one dentist, serving all over Illinois, for over 40 years. More than just the go-to dentist, Associated Dental Care has become an integral part of the community, participating in events and supporting businesses in Roselle, Illinois.
One such event was the Annual Day at the Races, at the Arlington Race park. Guests joined Associated Dental Care, a.k.a MyDentist.net from Roselle, Illinois as well as from other areas of Illinois to participate in this awesome event!
Roselle Dentist Patients Attend Day at the Races
Many of those attending were loyal Associated Dental Care patients, who have been traveling to ADC for years, from generation to generation. Some participants were new to Roselle, Illinois, but had quickly became patients of ADC after seeing their intense community involvement and hearing their praises from countless members of the Roselle community.
Annual Day at the Races was a great time! Thank you to every patient, both new and old, for their involvement and attendance!
Associated Dental Care has been serving Carol Stream, Illinois for over 40 years. In that time, they have grown from a small, family run dentist office into the incredible, reputable business they are today.
Associated Dental Care’s exquisite dentist offices in Carol Stream serve people from all over Illinois, and have earned a fantastic reputation in the community. Their most recent community endeavor has been visiting elementary schools throughout Carol Stream to teach kids the benefits of good oral hygiene.
Most recently, Associated Dental Care visited Carol Stream Elementary school and taught over 200 students the basics of oral hygiene. The lessons included proper brushing technique, how to floss, proper nutrition, and when to visit the dentist. All of the students at Carol Stream Elementary received complimentary dental fun bags filled with brushes, tooth paste, timers to track their brushing, and more fun stuff!
Associated Dental Care prides itself on their community involvement and cannot wait to replicate their Carol Stream Elementary lessons at other neighborhood schools.
Seeing your dentist regularly for a cleaning and checkup can do more than keep your smile attractive looking, it can also keep you in good overall health. A dentist can tell a lot about your health just by looking at your teeth and gums. The Academy of General Dentistry has said that gum disease and heart disease may be related. It’s also been said that women who have gum disease have a higher incidence of premature, low birth weight babies.
Other diseases that could have oral manifestations include diabetes, leukemia, pancreatic cancer, and kidney disease. That’s why seeing your dentist regularly is so important. Especially if you start to see problems such as swollen gums, mouth ulcers, dry mouth or other gum problems. Get to a dentist right away so he can determine the problem.
Even though symptoms of many diseases can be spotted by looking in the mouth, there are also problems and diseases that can be caused by poor oral hygiene. If you don’t take proper care of your teeth and gums, it could lead to some major health problems. Mouth infections can affect the organs in your body. For example, if you have gum disease caused by bacterial endocarditis, this can affect the heart and heart valves. Digestion problems can also begin in the mouth with poor oral hygiene. Intestinal failure and irritable bowel syndrome may be a direct result of bacteria in the mouth and unhealthy teeth and gums.
You can take care of your health just by visiting the dentist once every six months and taking really good care of your teeth. This means brushing for twice a day for two to three minutes. Flossing is also important to reach the areas that your toothbrush can’t. Eating a healthy diet rich in vitamins A and C can also help prevent gum disease. Regular dentist visits are important because they allow your dentist to look for signs that may point to other health problems.
You should also avoid cigarettes and tobacco which can contribute to oral cancer and gum disease.
It’s a good idea to get the entire family in the habit of brushing, flossing and seeing the dentist. They should understand the importance of a clean, healthy mouth and that an unhealthy mouth can attribute to other health problems. Make sure you take children to see the dentist starting around the age of 2 years. Starting them out early with good oral habits is a great way to ensure they lead a healthy life.