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Freedom From Dental Disease - Tested and Proven

A team from the Universities of Kentucky and North Carolina at Chapel Hill studied about 400 people in their 20s who planned to keep their wisdom teeth, and found that about 25 percent had periodontal disease with no obvious signs or symptoms of the disease. Read More

"That a quarter of patients in their 20s had periodontal problems with no symptoms was a surprise to us since most people assumed that you don't get periodontal problems until you are 35 or 40. But nobody had looked at wisdom teeth systematically before in a very large study like this,".

Many people may not understand how oral health may affect life expectancy. So the first step would be to recognise the mouth as a major gateway into the human body. It is the upper part of the digestive system and has a structure that prepares food for the first phase of digestion. Read More

The mouth contains the tongue, teeth, hard and soft palate, and gum, salivary glands and the mucosa.

The body has various inter-connected systems of organs.  This means that if there is a problem with one part of the body, it may affect other parts. A disease of any part of the mouth may be associated with some other organs in other parts of the body.

A person with gum infection may suffer from general body malaise and loss of appetite. A person with tooth ache may
also suffer from severe headache and earache.

Several diseases affecting the general health of the body have been linked to the health of the parts of the mouth. Read More


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