Free To Discounted Dental Care In South Carolina For Bad Credit / Low Income

Bad Credit MD helps low income families in South Carolina find affordable dental care along with helping families with bad credit problems locate financing for expensive dental procedures.
 
 
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Oct. 18, 2013 - PRLog -- Every person in South Carolina should enjoy optimal oral health as part of their total well-being. No matter what race or income class that families are associated with, dental care should be available, accessible, and affordable to them.

South Carolina residents should be aware as much as possible to the programs that provide affordable dental care for dentures; dental implants; orthodontics (braces); cavities; extractions;crowns; dental restorations; oral and maxillofacial surgery; gingivitis; bridges; root canals; and toothaches, to ensure that all men and women, children and youth, including those with special health care needs, enjoy optimal oral health as part of their total well-being. The free consumer organization "Bad Credit MD" wants to help these families and individuals get the affordable and quality dental care they deserve and need by providing them with a list of free to discounted dental services and bad credit dental loan programs in the state of South Carolina at http://www.badcreditmd.com/unsecured-personal-loans-for-people-with-bad-credit/dental-financing-for-people-with-bad-credit/southcarolina.html.

The organization is also urging its viewers and dentists in the state of South Carolina to contact them at help@badcreditmd.com to report any dental programs for low income families and/or dental financing programs for those with poor credit that their website does not yet list. Their staff and viewers seeking dental care treatment would greatly appreciate the additional information.

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Tips To Improve Oral Health:

1) Fluoride's protection against tooth decay works at all ages. Drink fluoridated water and use a fluoride toothpaste.

2) Limit alcohol intake. Heavy use of alcohol is also a risk factor for throat and oral cancers. When used alone, tobacco and alcohol are risk factors for oral cancers, but when used in combination the effects of tobacco and alcohol are even greater.

3) Take care of your gums and teeth. Thorough flossing and tooth brushing will help to prevent gingivitis and reduce dental plaque.

4) Avoid tobacco. In addition to the general health risks posed by tobacco, smokers have four times the risk of developing gum disease compared to non-smokers. Tobacco use in any form, whether it's pipes,  cigarette, or smokeless (spit) tobacco, will increase the risk for throat and oral cancers, gum disease, and oral fungal infection (candidiasis). Spit tobacco containing sugar increases the risk of tooth decay. Additional information is available at http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/publications/CDNR/.

5) Eat wisely. Adults should avoid snacks full of starches and sugars. Limit the number of snacks eaten throughout the day. The recommended five-a-day helping of vegetables and fiber-rich fruits stimulates salivary flow to aid remineralization of tooth surfaces with early stages of tooth decay.

6) Visit the dentist regularly. Check-ups can detect early signs of oral health problems and can lead to treatments that will prevent further damage, and in some cases, reverse the problem. Professional tooth cleaning (prophylaxis) also is important for preventing oral problems, especially when self-care is difficult.
Diabetic patients should work to maintain control of their disease. This will help prevent the complications of diabetes, including an increased risk of gum disease.

7) If medications produce a dry mouth, ask your doctor if there are other drugs that can be substituted. If dry mouth cannot be avoided, chew sugarless gum, drink plenty of water, and avoid alcohol and tobacco.

8) Have an oral health check-up before beginning cancer treatment. Radiation to the neck or head and/or chemotherapy may cause problems for your gums and teeth. Treating existing oral health problems before cancer therapy may help prevent or limit tissue damage and oral complications.

Ref: http://www.cdc.gov/OralHealth/publications/factsheets/adult_oral_health/adults.htm

Bad Credit MD, is a free On-line consumer information guide located at http://badcreditmd.com that helps residents of South Carolina with credit problems in the cities and townships of Clinton, Lancaster, Bennettsville, Laurens, Georgetown, Newberry, Forest Acres, Port Royal, Fort Mill, Irmo, Lexington, Gaffney, Beaufort, Bluffton, Cayce, Richland, Orangeburg, Clemson, Anderson, North Myrtle Beach, West Columbia, Conway, Lexington, Hanahan, Simpsonville, Easley, Anderson, North Augusta, Edgefield, Greenwood, Mauldin, Greer, Spartanburg, Anderson, Myrtle Beach, Aiken, Goose Creek, Florence, Spartanburg, Hilton Head Island, Sumter, Summerville, Berkeley, Charleston, Greenville, Rock Hill, Mount Pleasant, North Charleston, Charleston, and Columbia.

Bad Credit MD has been in business helping consumers with bad credit since April of 2007 and is a subsidiary of Enticing Designs Publishing. The staff has various backgrounds in the financial and mortgage industry. This self-help site has over 500 pages of credit advice and articles. Its staff has researched its information with various governments around the world to provide the most comprehensive and accurate information free of charge.
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