It’s not just oral diseases that can be prevented by keeping your teeth and gums healthy. Oral health has a profound effect on your overall health and neglecting your it can increase your chances of developing many other diseases.
In fact, gum disease may increase your risk of all kinds of other health complications, including stroke, diabetes and heart disease. Gum disease has even been linked with problems in pregnancy and dementia. Good oral health is not only about regular brushing and flossing, but it’s also about knowing what mainstream dental practices to avoid. The Daily Health offers handy tips and essential information about how you can keep your oral health in top shape.
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