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Okay, it’s been a while on here, but guess what? All of that is about to change. From hence, we’ll be serving you with some of the regular health tips you’ve probably let slip.
Today, we’ll talk about oral health. Rings a bell yeah? Oral health is simply anything that has to do with your mouth. Asides the fact that any normal human being would love for them to have a good breathe, clean set of teeth, sparkling smile guaranteed by a set of teeth well put together, not to mention how it enhances your sense of taste and others.
However, one thing you probably do not know is that the state of your mouth entirely tells a lot about your general health. Findings have shown that more than 65% of health issues are usually first revealed from the mouth, and tongue especially. So you see, your oral health is even more important than you can ever imagine.
Having said that, some of the commonest oral diseases include;
• Cavities disease
• Gum disease, also known as gingivitis
• Sensitive teeth, that’s pretty much those who have teeth that reacts to strange contacts.
• Oral cancer and lots more…
We know that most times when we have tooth or gum issues, we simply say it’s tooth ache, but the truth is that your mouth has probably come in contact with an affected mouth via kissing of course, or object which could be in the form of a human or any other things.
Best ways to take care of your mouth
The best way is keeping an oral hygiene. You don’t need to be told that brushing of your teeth regularly is quite important, plus ensure your brush gets changed every 4-6months. In the same manner, the use of calcium is advised.
There could be more, but if these measures are put in place, your oral health would be in good shape, and you’ll be boastful of a strong teeth.