Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Your Dental Health Is Connected To Your Body's Health, Right?

Oral health can affect your whole body?

oral health is important
Researchers, as you are probably aware, have been noticing the connection between gum disease and a host of other health problems.

One doctor who works in cardiac surgery told me that many of the heart patients have periodontal disease.

Of course, modern research is only validating the wisdom that many people have had passed down to them.  What do I mean by that?

Isn't it normal for farmers to check the teeth of a horse or other livestock before they purchase it?   Was this not the case when slave trade was rampant too.

The ancient wisdom was that the mouth reflected the health of the body. 

People knew this through observation.   Modern research is only validating what people already knew a long time ago.

So, this should be no surprise to you.

Gum Disease

Remember that ancient frozen ice guy?   Researchers and dentists continue to remark that he had periodontal disease.

That should be no surprise either.  Gum disease has plagued mankind since ancient times.

Today, dental professionals will typically say that 3 out of every 4 people have gum disease!  

Yet, many of those 75% of people have no idea that they have gum disease, right?   If they did, more people would be talking about it.

The problem is that they don't typically find out until it is time for an expensive treatment or a tooth to be pulled! 

Some people even get a tooth removed.  They may end up with an implant or dentures and they still don't know that they lost that tooth due to gum disease!

One tool that might help you to prevent the ravages of this problem is the Hydro Floss.  

Here is more information on how to use it properly.   


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