Brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing and regular checkup with your dentist can ensure your healthy teeth. But, What about sustaining them for a longer period? Food is also an important factor when it comes to your oral hygiene which may affect your overall health as well.
Studies have shown that bacteria and viruses enter the body through bleeding gums and women with unhealthy teeth and gums are more likely to give birth to premature babies. Continue reading
Healthy teeth and gums are vital for our body and our daily life. Poor oral health can impact your social life too. If you do not have good oral health it’s obvious that you would develop bad breath. No one even you, would be comfortable speaking to a person with bad breath, face to face for a long time.
So this article is about taking care of your oral health. Importance is given to normal daily activities than what really matters the most, your health. Smiling is a simple gesture which is understood by everybody, even a baby smiles when it feels happy. A lot is communicated between one another just by smiling. So you need to have that confidence while smiling. Continue reading