?Healthy gums- healthy heart

?Healthy gums- healthy heart

Heart diseases are a common problem throughout the world. As well as poor oral hygiene. So healthy here indicates a healthy heart? Is maintaining healthy gums will reduce the risk of heart disease? More and more studies claim.

Research Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) showed a clear link between oral health and heart health. Another study shows that the risk of developing problems like-endocarditis endocarditis cardio cardiovascular disease (cardiovascular disease).

In addition, inflammation in the soft tissue like gums may develop life-threatening problems such as atherosclerosis, blood clots that slow blood flow, increasing blood pressure and increased risk of developing a heart attack.

Periodontal infections bacteria buildup — feature mostly the accumulation of bacteria which cause pneumonia development. Some germs can make their gums to the valves and cause inflammation in valves.

Please note Gingivitis is a gum disease in its early stages and could develop into the gums and become “inflammation makes the tooth.”

Signs of gum disease:

Redness, swelling in the gums, bad breath or tooth sensitivity, gum recession, the formation of deep pockets between the teeth and gums, bleeding gums during brushing or flossing.

More tips for reducing the risk of developing heart problems:

Restricting smoking and using tobacco products (to break).

Maintaining a balanced diet, including foods that are good for health.

Maintaining diabetes is balanced. Diabetes reduces the body’s ability to fight infections. Because periodontal disease is a bacterial infection patients with diabetes are at higher risk.

In summary:

Criticism at the dentist, brushing twice a day and flossing routine is still the best way to maintain your overall oral health proactively, as well as maintaining a beautiful smile. After periodontal disease has been performed, it must be treated as soon as the dentist to prevent the worsening of the situation.

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