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Philadelphia Patients Can Experience Renewed Oral Health and Wellness with Nutritional Therapy in Collegeville and Wiliamsport

  • November 15, 2013

As you’ve surely learned over the years, nutrition can play an important role in your overall oral health – sweet treats can cause cavities, particularly hard foods often lead to unexpected cracks and damage, and so on. However, the truth is that it goes much deeper than that. In fact, eating healthy and nutritious foods on a daily basis can actually not only help improve the health of your teeth and gums, but even help you recover from some common oral conditions, such as periodontal disease. Here in the Philadelphia area, Dr. DiGiallorenzo takes the overall health of his patients very seriously; that’s why whenever you come in for gum disease therapy or to have a dental implants procedure, our Collegeville and Williamsport offices will also provide valuable nutritional therapy that will you bolster and maintain the outstanding results you’ll leave our care with.

Dr. DiGiallorenzo may make some of the following suggestions during nutritional therapy, including:

  • Adding fruit to meals
  • Eating whole grain more frequently
  • Focusing on foods that are rich in calcium and lean on protein
  • Making sure to balance a good diet with physical activity

Just like homeopathic medicine, nutritional therapy is also a crucial tool of our holistic care, ensuring that you body has the tools it needs to heal itself. Here at our offices, Dr. DiGiallorenzo and his staff can provide you with the support you and your smile feel happier and healthier than ever before!

Contact our Collegeville or Williamsport office today if you have any questions about nutritional therapy, or if you’re ready to schedule an appointment. We’re committed to providing effective, wholesome care to patients from all over the Philadelphia area and beyond. Pay us a visit today!