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A healthy smile translates to a healthier, happier you. Taking care of our oral health is crucial as it’s connected to our overall health.
According to a study conducted by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, pathogens and toxins can enter the mouth and spread to the rest of the body when not cleared.
The mouth is also often described as the window to our overall health. It can show signs of medical conditions such as eating disorders, HIV/AIDS, diabetes, and oral cancer.
How to Look After Your Oral Health
Good oral hygiene habits help fend off cavities, keep your gums pink, and free you from bad breath. Your dental hygienist can clean areas of your mouth that brushing and flossing will not be able to cover.
Preventive care habits are crucial for good oral health and overall well-being. With regular brushing and flossing, you can prevent dental problems from developing. Make sure to brush in the morning and before you go to bed at night.
Here are more oral hygiene tips worth including in your personal dental care routine:
Oral hygiene is important not just for achieving an attractive smile but for maintaining good overall health, too. Take note of these dental care tips and if you have more questions, please let us know.
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