Taking steps toward better dental hygiene is pretty simple; it first starts at home. When you decide that you want to make your smile brighter, establishing a regular cleaning regimen that includes brushing twice daily, flossing, rinsing and tongue cleaning, you’ll be off to a great start. The next step would be to regularly visit your Ottawa dentist for check ups and cleanings.
Sometimes the benefits of being healthy can truly come at you out of nowhere and forever change your life. “Walking on a treadmill launched a career for Wendy Boone of Geneseo, a registered dental hygienist in the Geneseo dental offices of Dr. Bruce Fehlman and Dr. Jeff Hirschfelder. “I was actually on a treadmill at the Geneseo Community Center when Dr. Hirschfelder noticed I was reading a dental anatomy and physiology textbook,” Mrs. Boone said. “He approached me and asked what I was studying. When I told him I was studying dental hygiene, he asked me to call him the next day, and I was hired over a year before I graduated.”Mrs. Boone said she always knew she wanted to work in the health-care field but wasn’t sure which direction to take. When she was in high school, the family hygienist talked to her about dental hygiene and all of its benefits.”I really didn’t see a downside to it,” she said, but added that she hadn’t entirely made up her mind at that time. “I changed my major more than a few times before I decided to pursue dental hygiene.””
A simple walk on a treadmill helped changed the life of someone and helped her become the hygienist she is today. The people who are able to have their teeth cleaned by her are probably very happy that she decided to take that path. In this life you never know who you’re going to meet or how they are going to impact your life, so keep your teeth clean, smile brightly and be ready for all of life’s blessings.