The Benefits of Good Oral Health
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A study says, near about 25 percent of people are suffering from oral health problem and most of the people lost their teeth at the age of 60-70. If you want keep your teeth healthy and keep them as long as possible, follow proper oral hygiene plan. So how good oral care help you health let’s read,
1. Bad Breath
If bad breath coming out from your mouth, its means your oral health is not good. As medically bad breath also called as halitosis and it occur when small food particles stuck in your teeth. These stuck particles will build up bacteria, which will produce bad breath. Flossing and brushing is must to remove to bad smell. Use toothpaste that contains fluoride. Do it twice a day. Also brush and scrape your tongue with tongue scraper or brush.
Read: 4 Tips For Healthy Teeth
The plague is major source of cavity. If you are eating rich carbohydrate food like chocolate, bread, soda, cookies etc, you need to take care of your oral health. Plague create small hole in your teeth. So follow good oral health practice.
3. Heart Disease
Oral health also concerned with your overall health. Due to pure oral care, bacteria generated in the mouth will enter into your blood which may create heart disease, it cause blood clots which is the sign of heart attack or stroke.
Read: Gum Disease May Develop Heart Problem
4. Periodontal Disease
If you want to prevent you from periodontal disease, you have to follow good oral care plan. The very first stage is called gingivitis, which create plague formation on your teeth and plague trigger your gums, which appears swollen. Gums may be bleed at the time of tooth brushing. If you will not get proper and timely treatment of gingivitis it will turn into periodontal disease. In periodontal disease your teeth get loose and only extraction of teeth is the last option will left.
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