Good oral/dental health means good overall health. Dental issues like cavities or gum disease can affect your eating and speaking skills, cause pain and bad breath. Many people may be unaware of how bad dental care can impact areas outside of the mouth deeply and adversely, including heart, diabetes, pregnancy, and chronic inflammation, and arthritis, to name only a few.
Some studies indicate that gum disease bacteria can migrate to the heart, cause heart disease, obstructed arteries, or stroke. Gum infections have been associated, such as periodontitis, with preventative deliveries and low birth weight in women who are pregnant. Diabetes decreases the body’s infection tolerance, making gums more contagious and can have a harmful effect on blood sugar. And people suffering from HIV get painful mouth sores.
It is necessary to practice good dental hygiene, as it can avoid oral and dental diseases. The priority should be on prevention. Prevention.
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