Oral Microbiome

The oral microbiome refers to the complex and diverse community of microorganisms that inhabit the mouth. It consists of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other microbes, collectively forming a unique ecosystem. The oral microbiome plays a vital role in maintaining oral health and influencing overall well-being. While some bacteria are beneficial and help protect against pathogens, an imbalance in the oral microbiome can lead to oral diseases such as tooth decay, gum disease, and bad breath. Additionally, emerging research suggests that the oral microbiome may have systemic connections, affecting various health conditions like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and respiratory infections. Understanding and maintaining a healthy oral microbiome through proper oral hygiene and a balanced diet is essential for promoting oral and systemic health.

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