Good oral health translates to good health. Dental problems, such as cavities or gum disease, can impair your ability to eat and speak while causing pain and bad breath. Many people may not realize that poor dental health can have a profound, negative effect on the rest of your body, including your heart, diabetes, pregnancy, and chronic inflammation.
Most people ignore flossing because they have not been properly informed WHY they should floss. Once they see bleeding, a common response is to stop flossing or say, “My gums always bleed!” Ignoring flossing allows harmful bacteria and plaque to accumulate in the mouth, causing cavities and periodontal disease. Learn about the benefits of flossing and follow these tips to floss your teeth properly....Continue reading
Maintaining good oral hygiene is still important as oral epithelial cells are highly susceptible to the virus. The virus can infect your lungs and airways, so it’s critical to keep your teeth, mouth, and throat free of infectious pathogens....Continue reading