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Proper Oral Health

Proper Oral Health Is Vital For Your Overall Health – Know How?

Oral health is more important than you think. If you delay the importance of dental care, it will lead to increased issues in your body that can be a risk to your overall health. So for any oral health issues, visit the dentist Thornbury at Prime Dental Group for proper care rather than severing it. When it comes to oral care, the problems in your mouth can affect the rest of your body. It is essential to understand the connection between them.

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  • As the mouth is filled with countless bacteria, it will lead to tooth decays and gum diseases. It is the entry point to the digestive and respiratory tracts. It is necessary to keep your mouth clean. Otherwise, bacteria can easily make their way to enter your body and cause disease. So, it’s vital to keep your mouth clean and germ-free.

  • Brushing, flossing and making regular visits to the dentist can protect you from tooth cavities, decays and other serious dental issues.

  • Systemic diseases such as diabetes, HIV and other immune compromising diseases can lower the body’s immune system to infection, making oral health problems even more severe. For people with diabetes, periodontitis (gum disease) appears to be a more predominant oral health issue. If a diabetes patient has periodontitis, it will be difficult to control their blood sugar levels.

  • Tobacco and excessive alcohol can also increase the risk of the oral health problems such as gum disease, gum recession, tooth decay, dry mouth and many other problems.

  • This is why regular periodontal care is needed for diabetes patients, which help keep the sugar levels under control. Some studies also reveal that periodontitis has been connected to heart disease, premature birth and low birth weight.

If you’re having any oral health issues, please call our dentist at Thornbury Prime Dental Group. For consultation, dental implants, cosmetic dentistry and general dental care, call (03) 9440 9430.