Oral Health Guide
Oral health refers to the health of your mouth: the areas of the teeth and gums, and the supporting tissues. It is easy to take your oral health for granted. A healthy mouth is an essential key to living each day comfortably. Mouth tissues allow you to speak, smile, sigh, kiss, smell, taste, chew, swallow, and cry.
The mouth is also an indication of the health of the rest of your body. Your mouth is not an island, but a window into your insides!
How to Have a Healthy Mouth
A healthy mouth does not come from taking more drugs, or from applying topical chemicals. It comes from having a clean and balanced internal body chemistry. A clean internal body chemistry is a reflection of the foods you eat, and the other substances you expose yourself to.
Improve Your Oral Health!
You can keep your mouth healthy and fresh by carefully tapping away plaque at the gum line.
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Recommended page: Improve your children's dental health by improving your diet during pregnancy.
Other people have learned the secrets to stopping cavities with the published book Cure Tooth Decay