Good Oral Health Improves Overall Bodily Health

13 December 2018
13 December 2018, Comments: 0

Having a healthy smile is a good indication of a healthy person. Poor dental hygiene leads not just to unhealthy teeth and gums but to the possible onset of gum disease. Unless treated by a dentist, gum disease can be a factor in the development of some chronic ailments including:

– Thrush

– Mouth ulcers

– Red band gingivitis

Gum disease can also be a contributory factor in heart disease and diabetes. Whether the problem is oral or physical you should always “listen to what your body is telling you” and consult a dentist or doctor regarding any concerns. Find out more at https://healthyone.org/the-connection-between-oral-health-and-optimal-health/

 

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