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6 Scary Things Your Teeth Say About Your Overall Health

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Well, as you already know it’s very important to brush and floss your teeth every day, right? Having a good oral hygiene routine is essential to keeping your teeth and gums healthy. Of course, your genetics play an important role in the appearance of cavities, but regular brushing and flossing are essential to prevent certain dental diseases, cavities and infections. 

Besides the fact that proper oral hygiene can be good for your health, did you know that your teeth can actually send you some warning signs about your general health condition? According to Leena Palomo, DDS, MSD, professor of periodontics at Case Western Reserve University, “a trip to the dentist could be like the canary in a coal mine for somebody who has an undetected medical issue. Oral health and systemic health are tremendously linked, which is why dental care is an integral part of overall well-being.”

That being said, here’s what your teeth say about your overall health. Read on to find out more info!

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1 thought on “6 Scary Things Your Teeth Say About Your Overall Health”

  1. carmen j. sanchez

    thanks. very interesting information of 6 scary things your teeth say about your overall health..i’m suffer from all this kinds of symptoms..thanks again..

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