"Oral health and general health should not be interpreted as separate entities."
National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research
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Neglecting your oral hygiene contributes greatly to the development of cavities and tooth decay. If left untreated, this can, of course, lead to tooth loss and gum disease in the future, but did you know that it could also make you more susceptible to other diseases?
Your oral hygiene practices can have a significant impact on your overall health. This is why there's a lot of emphasis on maintaining good oral hygiene.
In this article, we'll be exploring the link between oral health and overall health, then citing tips on how you can maintain it.
Your teeth are pretty amazing creations.
Like any part of the body, the full breakdown can get really complicated. But let’s leave the complications to scientists and researchers. To effectively take care of your teeth, you only need to understand the 3 basic parts: the outer layer, the central zone and the inner core. (The enamel/cementum, dentin and the pulp)