Oral Health

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Routine oral health care is not only important for oral health, it also helps reduce your risk of other health related issues. It's important to brush twice a day and floss daily. Follow-up with your dentist at least once a year.

If you haven’t seen a dentist recently, remember that inadequate dental care doesn’t just affect your mouth. It is also associated with other health conditions such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

  • If you have a dentist, make sure to schedule an appointment.
  • If you need a dentist, contact your dental insurance provider for information on dentists that will be covered by your plan.
  • If you don't have dental insurance or would prefer to use a St. Luke’s dental care provider, you can call 484-526-2460 to make an appointment at St. Luke’s Dental Clinic.