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Making You Smile: The Impact of Oral Health on Your Quality of Life

Could better dental care help you become a better version of yourself?

Dentistry is about more than just keeping your teeth clean– it’s about keeping you happy and healthy! Dr. C. Farrell Frugé Jr. is passionate about helping his patients find improved health, confidence, and quality of life by providing life-changing dental care. Studies have consistently shown that oral health is directly related to many important aspects of your long-term health. Many chronic conditions, including heart disease, dementia, and diabetes, have been linked back to the health of your mouth.

Dr. Frugé wrote Making You Smile: The Impact of Oral Health on Your Quality of Life as a way to educate patients everywhere about the lesser known effects of your oral health. In this comprehensive guide to dental care, readers will learn the importance of caring for their teeth, as well as how to maintain optimal oral health throughout every stage of life.

An authority in the field of dentistry, Dr. Frugé has been providing exceptional dental care to patients in Baton Rouge and the surrounding area for over three decades. He and his team at Frugé Family Dentistry are setting a higher standard for dental care by providing the latest in advanced treatments in an atmosphere that puts patients at ease.

Making You Smile will teach you how you can add years to your life and unlock your full potential simply by making your smile a priority. Begin your journey to a life-changing smile; order your copy today!

“Congratulations to C. Farrell Frugé, Jr. for his significant contribution– Making You Smile: The Impact of Oral Health on Your Quality of Life. The book is filled with invaluable information regarding the many facets of oral health and disease that present in a most understandable manner to the evidence-based oral-systemic connections that continue to be discovered. It has been suggested that today’s dentist must be a physician of the masticatory system and beyond. This patient-focused publication brings this concept to the general population in a clear, concise, and broad-scope perspective that can and no doubt will have a major impact on patient education and, most importantly, patient understanding to the importance of regular evaluation and care. It is a must-read.”

- Henry A. Gremillion, DDS, MAGD Dean of LSUHSC School of Dentistry