Oral Health and Systemic Connections

Oral health has significant systemic connections, with the condition of the mouth influencing overall well-being. Poor oral hygiene and gum disease have been linked to cardiovascular disease, diabetes, respiratory infections, pregnancy complications, rheumatoid arthritis, and certain cancers. The inflammation and bacteria associated with oral infections can enter the bloodstream, affecting various organs and systems. Conversely, systemic conditions can also impact oral health, such as diabetes, increasing the risk of gum disease. By prioritising oral hygiene practises, regular dental check-ups, and addressing oral health issues promptly, individuals can help maintain overall health and potentially reduce the risk of systemic complications.

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