Can Gum Disease Affect Your Love Life?
A Healthy Love Life Starts With Healthy Gums
Did you know that 3 out of 4 of us have some form of gum disease?
If left untreated, gum disease can lead to not only oral health problems like gum recession, tooth decay, tooth loss, and eventually bone loss, it can also lead to serious issues with your overall health too.
Many recent studies have identified correlations between poor dental and gum health to other health conditions like heart disease, stroke, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, osteoporosis, prenatal complications, even certain types of cancer. And more.
“They are like the foundation of a house: If you have any damage at the base, it starts to impact the entire structure.”
Love The Gums Your With
A healthy body starts with your mouth – both what you put in it and how well you take care of it. A healthy mouth starts with healthy gums.
Be good to your gums and they’ll be good to you!
The warning signs of gum disease often go unnoticed until the advanced stages, this is why millions of people don’t know they have this serious infection that can lead to tooth loss if not treated.
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on Feb 25th, 2020
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