Just as our mouth is the root of many disorders in our body, many studies indicate that it is also a reflection of what is happening inside our body, which directly affects our general state of health.
So for example, chronic periodontitis, ie, the most advanced stage of gum disease, may be related to other health problems, And that is that the bacterial plaque, which causes periodontitis, not only stays in the mouth but also goes into the entire circulation, affecting it. Periodontal disease is related to diabetes, low birth weight, and respiratory and cardiovascular problems.
Periodontal disease is related to diabetes, low birth weight, and respiratory and cardiovascular problems.
“In this sense, bacterial plaque is a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases, because when it comes into contact with the bloodstream it can lead to the formation of clots” they explain to Vitaldent Cangas. “We must bear in mind that a mouth with a lack of hygiene can contain many bacteria that, if they come into contact with the blood, can cause heart problems, even if the person concerned is in good health. And it is that Bacteria coming from the mouth accelerates the blockage of the arteries.
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Visiting the dentist regularly, at least every six months, is essential to maintain good oral hygiene and also to prevent potential diseases. Through a simple review, our dentist will be able to timely detect and prevent any conditions in our mouth.
In addition, to guarantee the health of our gums and teeth, it is necessary to clean the mouth from time to time and maintain proper oral hygiene. These simple measures are important to avoid mouth diseases that can affect the condition of our body.
At Vitaldent Cangas you can find the best treatment to treat any oral problem, and more importantly the specialist that best suits your needs.
Visit them this month, your first visit is free by appointment, and they have a very special offer to help you with your treatment, check conditions at the clinic or on their website.