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Overall Health

You may have heard about the important link between oral health and your overall health. Good oral hygiene has plenty of benefits, including preventing bad breath, gum disease, and tooth decay.

On the other hand, if you have an unhealthy mouth, your risk of health problems increases. It is especially true when you have gum disease, which has a role in your risk of having a heart attack and stroke.

While the eyes are the window to the soul, the mouth is considered the window to the body. Those with oral and dental problems may have existing health disorders. Let us take a look at the following examples:

  • Mouth lesions are among the first signs that a person has HIV infection.
  • In some cases, aphthous ulcers are a manifestation of Chron’s disease or even coeliac disease.
  • Bleeding and paleness of the gums can be used as a marker for blood conditions.
  • Lower jaw bone loss is one of the early symptoms of skeletal osteoporosis.
  • Doctors also examine the appearance of the teeth to check whether or not the patient has an eating disorder, such as anorexia and bulimia.
  • During physical health tests, many compounds, including alcohol, nicotine, hormones, and opiates, can be found in the saliva.

As you can see, oral conditions can have an impact on your overall health and wellness. Therefore, it is essential to maintain good oral hygiene.

But what does it mean when you are in good health? How can you achieve it? The word “health” is defined as the state of both your physical and emotional wellbeing. It also includes your social health.

Being healthy is not just about the absence of disease. It also refers to your ability to bounce back after a health problem. For instance, you had a fever after several years of not having any sickness. However, it took you a long while to recover from it. In this case, it does not mean you are truly healthy. There could be an underlying issue with your health and wellbeing.

Our blog will guide you on how you can achieve good overall health. We do not just tackle issues about your oral and dental health, but also other parts of the body. These things are connected to your mouth and oral wellbeing, after all.

This way, you will not only learn about how to improve your current health but also how you can preserve it. From reaching a healthy weight to choosing the right toothpaste to manage stress, you can all find everything you need here at Oasis Orthodontics.

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Kingsley Orthodontics is now called Oasis Orthodontics. We are now operating in two locations: Clarkson and Kingsley.