Monica Boniadi, DDS, has served in a dental practice ownership role for almost 20 years. In addition to operating her own office, Dr. Monica Boniadi maintains affiliations with several industry organizations, including the American Dental Association.
The American Dental Association (ADA) has implemented an ADA Seal of Acceptance to recognize products that have a positive effect on a person’s oral health and hygiene. As part of this initiative, the ADA has developed the award-winning website MouthHealthy.org. This website provides individuals with important information on dental care for every phase of life, detailing maintenance strategies that address issues from infancy to the later stages of adulthood.
For many people, oral hygiene takes on a new meaning around the age of 40, for example. In the years prior to turning 40 an adult should monitor possible tooth decay, a condition often associated with children or seniors, to prevent decay and other tooth and gum diseases. After the age of 40, new concerns set in, such as missing teeth. It is not uncommon for individuals at this age to be missing as many as three teeth, an issue that can be remedied simply by a visit to the dentist’s office.