It’s a shame that our country has families who are unable to provide dental care to their children. While we will provide toothache remedies to help relieve the pain of a toothache we’ll also help educate people on the need for assisted dental care.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 09, 2012
The e-Toothache Remedies website is preparing to help educate low income families in the San Francisco area about toothache remedies that can help subdue the pain and suffering of a toothache while awaiting the financial means to obtain dental services. They plan to do this by providing free, educational information on natural toothache remedies on their website. Dental costs are one of the highest out of pocket health expenditures in the United States; this is especially true for low income individuals and families living in the San Francisco Bay area. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the total cost of dental expenses was over $30 billion.
“We know that pain related to a toothache can be one of the worst experiences of a lifetime. Sadly, the people who suffer the most are those who don’t have the financial means to get dental care,” said J. Sterling. A study authored by Paul Glassman found that 41 percent of Hispanic children, 37 percent of African American children and 25 percent of white children have untreated tooth decay or other dental issues. “It’s a shame that our country has families who are unable to provide dental care to their children. While we will provide toothache remedies to help relieve the pain of a toothache we’ll also help educate people on the need for assisted dental care,” said J. Sterling of e-Toothache Remedies.
E-Toothache Remedies is an educational portal for people to find information on toothache remedies that have been scientifically proven to help relieve the pain from a toothache. They stress that their remedies are only designed to temporary relieve tooth pain and that you’ll eventually need the services of a trained and qualified dentist. “It’s important that people know that dental issues left untreated can lead to serious pain, complications and even death. We’ll continue to educate people on the seriousness of dental decay and the importance of dental hygiene,” said Joe Sterling.