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How Your Dental Health Impacts You?

Posted on 3/7/2022 by Evan
How Your Dental Health Impacts You?The mouth has a connection to bacteria that is harmless to it. However, the mouth is the entry point of the respiratory and digestive systems. And some of the bacteria are likely to cause disease. These bacteria I kept under control by continually brushing and flossing the teeth. If you do not observe oral hygiene these bacteria get to the level that is out of control causing infections, tooth decay, and eventually gum disease.

Heart disease and oral health

Oral bacteria can cause inflammation and infections that clog the blood arteries and this leads to stroke and heart conditions. Ensuring that oral bacteria are kept at bay will reduce cases of heart problems and this can be done by regular flossing and brushing of the teeth and observing diet.

Endocarditis and Oral health

This is an infection that occurs in the inner linings and chambers of the heart. The infection is when there are germs or bacteria from other body parts such as the mouth. The bacteria spread through blood flow and attach to the heart chambers causing infection. Regulating mouth bacteria will reduce chances of getting endocarditis.


When the body's resistance to infection is reduced it causes infections of the gums leading to gum disease. Gum disease is frequent among those who have diabetes since they have a hard time controlling their blood sugar levels. When you conduct regular oral care it will hugely control diabetes.

To maintain oral health, you need to ensure that you brush and floss daily, use mouthwash, eat healthily, replace toothbrushes every three months, schedule regular dental checkups, and avoid tobacco use. Our dental team is ready to offer you great dental care.

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