Oral Health Link to Whole Body Health: A Blog

Oral Health Link to Whole Body Health: A Blog

  • Toilet Brush Or Toothbrush: The Shocking Microbes Hidden In Your Bristles

    If you share a bathroom, you may wish to pay more attention to toothbrush hygiene. The American Society for Microbiology recently discovered that 60 percent of toothbrushes from the communal bathrooms used in their study contained faecal matter. Contaminated toothbrushes can pose a health risk. It is important to understand the types of infection you might develop and take steps to keep your toothbrush sanitised. Lurking Infections The average person will not usually face major health problems from his or her toothbrush.

  • No Need to Impress: What Not to Do Just Before Visiting the Dentist

    There are some activities that simply should not be done before certain kinds of appointments. If you're going skydiving, you don't meet your friends at the pub first. You don't schedule a wedding dress fitting immediately after you've had your spray tan applied. Likewise, when you go the dentist, there are a few things you need to make sure that you don't do before your appointment. These things make life easier for your dentist, which in turn means your appointment will go as smoothly as possible.

  • Your Options for Correcting Misaligned Teeth

    Correcting misaligned teeth and addressing other cosmetic dental problems is not as difficult as it once was, as today's cosmetic dentists have a number of options they can offer their patients which are very affordable. Today's options also take very little time to address a problem, and aren't as unsightly as they once were. If you or your teenager needs to have some misaligned teeth straightened but you're worried about the appearance, note the following choices and be sure to talk them over with your cosmetic dentist.

  • 3 Reasons to Have Regular Dental Appointments When You Have Crohn's Disease

    Crohn's disease doesn't just affect your gastrointestinal tract; it can also be present in your mouth. People with Crohn's disease understand the importance of seeing their gastroenterologist regularly, but what about their dentist? A dentist with experience of identifying oral Crohn's disease is an invaluable addition to your care team and can spot early signs of problems that you can report back to your gastroenterologist. Here are three reasons everyone with Crohn's should have regular dental check-ups:

  • Are These Three Terrible Habits Turning Your Smile Yellow?

    If you brush and floss your teeth every day, you might expect your teeth to be beautifully white. However, the things you put into your mouth on a daily basis could cause your teeth to turn yellow over time, even if you have a good dental hygiene routine. If you commit any of the following three tooth-staining sins, then breaking your current habits could be your ticket to a whiter smile.

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    About Me
    Oral Health Link to Whole Body Health: A Blog

    You may have heard that cavities and oral decay are linked to things like heart disease, and, in fact, your oral health affects your entire body. Hi! My name is Brenda, and I like to look at things holistically. Because of that, I created this blog. I plan for its posts to look at the link between dental issues and other health issues. I hope that the people who visit this blog learn a few tips about oral care as well as gaining a deeper understanding of why it's so important. Healthy smiles indicate a healthy body, and I hope this blog helps you achieve both!