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Oral Health Conditions Centers for Disease Control and

2 hours agoOral Health Conditions. Oral health refers to the health of the teeth, gums, and the entire oral-facial system that allows us to smile, speak, and chew. Some of the most common diseases that impact our oral health include cavities (tooth decay), gum (periodontal) disease, and oral cancer. More than 40% of adults report having felt pain in their

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How’s Your Mouth? 5 Signs of Poor Oral Health and How to

8 hours agoSymptoms of Poor Oral Health. Regardless of why your oral health has declined, you will likely see a similar set of symptoms. Common signs of poor oral health include the following. 1. Bad Breath. Bad breath can happen for two main reasons. Most commonly, bad breath results from a buildup of bacteria in the mouth, usually plaque bacteria left

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Oral Health for Older Americans Adult Oral Health

1 hours agoOral health problems in older adults include the following: Untreated tooth decay. Nearly all adults (96%) aged 65 years or older have had a cavity; 1 in 5 have untreated tooth decay. 3. Gum disease. A high percentage of older adults have gum disease.

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Current stress and poor oral health

3 hours agoA systemic view of oral health and stress. In fact, poor oral health has long been theorized to cause the dysfunction of other critical physiologic systems [].A growing body of evidence has come to support the existence of such an “oral-systemic” relationship [10–12].This relationship has been demonstrated for some diseases more so than others, including respiratory infections

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Author: A. Vasiliou, K. Shankardass, K. Shankardass, K. Shankardass, R. Nisenbaum, R. Nisenbaum, C. Quiñonez

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10 Things Cause of Bad Dental and Oral Diseases DIKLA

7 hours agoDental and oral health is an important part of your overall health and well-being. Poor oral hygiene can lead to tooth decay and gum disease and be linked to heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. Maintaining healthy teeth and gums is a lifelong commitment.

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Pregnancy and Oral Health Feature CDC

3 hours agoHealthcare professionals: use Protect Tiny Teeth, a free set of resources, to talk to pregnant women and new moms about the importance of oral health. One way to prevent cavities in young children is to improve pregnant women’s oral health. Pregnancy may make women more prone to periodontal (gum) disease and cavities.

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Oral health: A window to your overall health Mayo Clinic

6 hours agoTo protect your oral health, practice good oral hygiene daily. Brush your teeth at least twice a day with a soft-bristled brush using fluoride toothpaste. Floss daily. Use mouthwash to remove food particles left after brushing and flossing. Eat a healthy diet and limit food with added sugars.

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5 Causes Of Bad Oral Hygiene Poor Oral Hygiene Marham

9 hours agoSmoking and Other Bad Habits: Smoking, overuse of tea and coffee, chewing tobacco, Paan and other drugs also destroy our oral health. It is very difficult to maintain our oral hygiene with these types of habits. These drugs not only damage our teeth and gums but also badly affect the whole body. Poor Eating Habits: Lots of sugars and use of

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Oral Health Basics: Symptoms, Types, Causes & More

6 hours agoDental and oral health is an essential part of your overall health and well-being. Poor oral hygiene can lead to dental cavities and gum disease, and …

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How Poor Dental Care Can Affect Your Overall Health

5 hours agoDental checkups. Get in to see your dentist at least twice a year. They can give you a high-powered cleaning, help keep your gums healthy, and answer any oral health questions you may have. Every part of our body needs and should be cared for, while every aspect of our body's health

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Oral health

Just NowOral health conditions. The majority of oral health conditions are: dental caries (tooth decay), periodontal diseases, oral cancers, oral manifestations of HIV, oro-dental trauma, cleft lip and palate, and noma (severe gangrenous disease starting in the mouth mostly affecting children). Most oral health conditions are largely preventable and

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The effects of oral health on systemic health

3 hours agoby oral health The benefits of good oral health are well studied and include economic, social, psychological, and physical health.16 Garcia et al reported that the greater the number of missing teeth, the poorer the quality of life.17 Poor dentition also leads to issues with chewing and can negatively impact nutritional intake.

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Oral Health and COVID19: Increasing the Need for

7 hours agoOral health should be included in policy considerations, continued research, monitoring, surveillance, and other aspects of health. Advocacy is crucial to make permanent the temporary regulatory changes being implemented to address the immediate crisis, ensure access to oral health care, address disparities and inequities, and improve

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7 Causes of Bad Oral Hygiene You Never Knew Before Marham

4 hours ago2 Smoking and Other Bad Habits. It is one of the main causes of bad oral hygiene. The habit of smoking, overuse of tea and coffee, chewing tobacco, Paan, and other drugs also destroy our oral health.Due to these drugs, we not only damage our …

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Children's Oral Health Basics Children's Oral Health

Just NowThis activity book (print only) pdf icon [PDF – 740 KB] pdf ico offers an interactive way for children to learn good oral health habits. It is recommended for children aged 3–8 years. Also available in: French pdf icon pdf icon [PDF—687 KB]; Spanish pdf icon pdf icon [PDF—536 KB], and; Tagalog pdf icon pdf icon [PDF—692 KB].

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The Link Between Poor Oral Health and Other Diseases

5 hours agoRecently, oral hygiene has come into the spotlight because many of the ailments associated with poor oral health can be directly linked to other chronic diseases within the body. Oral ailments not only affect the mouth, tongue or lips; they can also affect other areas of the body, which can lead to more serious chronic conditions.

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Health Issues Linked to Bad Oral Health Dr. Alvin Daboul

3 hours agoCancer & Oral Health. It is well-known that poor oral health practices like smoking or chewing tobacco can lead to oral and throat cancers. But there are other types of cancer that have been linked to gum disease as well. Those with poor oral health have been shown to have a much higher risk for kidney cancer, pancreatic cancer, and blood cancers.

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Oral Health: Everything You Need to Know About Yours

9 hours agoWe all know that smoking is bad for you and can have numerous negative health effects. It's also no secret that smoking can be just as bad for your oral health as your overall health. And, although not life-threatening, there are the notorious smokers' teeth, that yellow-brown tinge that comes from years of smoking anything with nicotine.

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How Your Oral Health Affects Your Overall Wellness

1 hours agoOral Health, Overall Health. Researchers know there's a synergic relationship between oral health and overall wellness. Gum disease is linked to a host of illnesses including heart disease

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Oral Health & Risk for CV Disease Cleveland Clinic

5 hours agoOral Health & Risk for CV Disease. Maintaining optimal oral hygiene is an important part of your overall health. You should brush twice day and use floss regularly. If you have certain cardiovascular conditions, you should let your dentist know about medications that you take. Appointments & Access.

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Oral Health WebMD

5 hours agoOral Health Overview. Good dental or oral care is important to maintaining healthy teeth, gums and tongue. Oral problems, including bad breath, dry mouth, canker or cold sores, TMD, tooth decay

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5 Bad Oral Habits Dental Tips for Good Oral Health

3 hours ago5 Bad Oral Habits Dental Tips for Good Oral Health Common Bad Habits Eledent Dental Hospitals#EledentDentalHospitals #TeluguHealthTips Kindly Subscribe

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Colgate Oral Health Network Free Dental Continuing Education

6 hours agoIn order to participate in a course you must be a member of Colgate Oral Health Network. Registration is completely free. Register now. GUT HEALTH: THE GOOD THE BAD & THE UGLY. Uche Odiatu DMD, NSCA Certified Personal Trainer.

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Top 9 Foods That Damage Your Teeth Oral Health

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1. What you eat matters. While these hard candies seem harmless, eat too many and the constant exposure to sugar can be harmful to your teeth. Hard candies also put your teeth at risk because in addition to being full of sugar, they can also trigger a dental emergency such as a broken or chipped tooth.
2. Ice is for chilling, not chewing. You’d be surprised at how many people think ice is good for their teeth. It’s made of water, after all, and doesn’t contain any sugar or other additives.
3. Watch your citrus intake. The truth is that frequent exposures to acidic foods can erode enamel, making teeth more susceptible to decay over time. So even though a a squeeze of lemon or lime can turn a simple glass of water into a fun beverage, it's not always the best choice for your mouth.
4. Not all coffee is good for you. In their natural form, coffee and tea can be healthy beverage choices. Unfortunately too many people can’t resist adding sugar.
5. Sticky foods are your mouth's worst nightmare. When it comes to picking healthy snacks, many people put dried fruit at the top of the list. But many dried fruits are sticky.
6. Beware of things that go "crunch" Who doesn’t love the nice, satisfying crunch of a potato chip? Unfortunately potato chips are filled with starch, which tends to get trapped in your teeth.
7. Swap out soda with water. When you eat sugary foods or sip sugary drinks for long periods of time, plaque bacteria use that sugar to produce acids that attack your enamel, the hard surface of your tooth.
8. Limit alcohol consumption. Alcohol causes dehydration and dry mouth. People who drink excessively may find their saliva flow is reduced over time, which can lead to tooth decay and other oral infections such as gum disease.
9. Watch out for sports drinks. They sound healthy, but sugar is a top ingredient for many sports and energy drinks. The American Academy of Pediatrics says sports drinks can be helpful for young athletes engaged in prolonged, vigorous physical activities, but unnecessary in most cases.

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Elemental Say Goodbye to Bad Breath

Just NowYet more than 3.5 billion people are affected by oral disease every year, and 75% of Americans above the age of 30, will have severe gum disease at some point. This means that despite regular brushing and flossing, bad oral bacteria are still causing billions of people around the world to live a life of embarrassment, anxiety, pain, and disease.

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*FREE printable Dental Health Month activity. What foods

9 hours agoJan 3, 2017 - *FREE printable Dental Health Month activity. What foods are good/bad for your teeth!

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Bad Oral Habits Create Bad Oral Hygiene and Cavities – 1

5 hours agoResearch has shown that gum disease is linked with health problems including heart disease, stroke, pneumonia and other systemic diseases. Bad oral health is also shown to increase the risk of pre-term delivery and low-birth-weight infants. Gum disease treatment not only improves your dental health, but can help improve your overall health as well.

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Free Dental Health Worksheets Worksheet Addition

9 hours agoWorksheet Dental Health Worksheets For Kids Study Site Free. 1 class survey Have you ever lost a Tooth with a chart for 15 yes no answers 2 I lost a tooth certificates half page certificate 1 worksheet to cut out 6 pictures of things that are good and bad for your teeth an.

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Oral hygiene Wikipedia

2 hours agoOral hygiene is the practice of keeping one's mouth clean and free of disease and other problems (e.g. bad breath) by regular brushing of the teeth (dental hygiene) and cleaning between the teeth.It is important that oral hygiene be carried out on a regular basis to enable prevention of dental disease and bad breath.The most common types of dental disease are tooth decay (cavities, dental

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Top tips for great oral health Oral Health Foundation

9 hours agoBetween 17 May and 17 June 2021, the Oral Health Foundation will be raising awareness of important health issues and ready to put a smile on everybody's face. We want you to join us and make a positive difference to the oral health of millions of people. Pledge your support Take part. National Smile Month 2021 Your oral health Top tips

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Practice Oral Hygiene to Avoid 5 Oral Health Issues Live

5 hours agoThe likelihood of these health complications taking hold can be reduced or prevented. With frequent brushing of teeth, flossing, and regular visits to the dentist you can do a lot to keep these health issues at bay. You can further increase oral health by smoking and drinking less, as well as reducing sugar consumption.

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When Children’s Oral Health Suffers, So Does Their Ability

6 hours agoWhen children’s acute oral health problems are treated and they are not experiencing pain, their learning and school-attendance records improve.13 School Attendance and Learning The worse oral health status that a child has, the greater the likelihood that the child will miss school as a result of oral

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Colgate Oral Health Network Free Dental Continuing Education

5 hours agoAbout 54 million Americans have osteoporosis and low bone mass, placing them at increased risk for osteoporosis. Studies suggest that approximately one in two women and up to one in four men age 50 and older will break a bone due to osteoporosis. Much misinformation exists about the current treatment guidelines for this insidious disease.

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Oral Health: What Bad Breath Says About Your Health

Just NowOral injuries may lead to bad breath if they become infected with bacteria. An injury may be due to an accident or the result of oral surgery on your gums or in your mouth. If you get a tooth pulled, the remaining socket may become infected. Always follow your dentist's or oral surgeon's instructions after having dental procedures. Report any

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Sugar free chewing gum Oral Health Foundation

1 hours agoIf you need free and impartial advice about your oral health, contact our Dental Helpline by email or call 01788 539780 (local rate call in the UK). Our Dental Helpline is completely confidential and has helped almost 400,000 people since opening over 20 years ago.

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Obesity and Obesity Related Diseases, Sugar Consumption

3 hours agoIII. THE PANDEMIC OF DENTAL CARIES. Oral diseases are highly prevalent, by affecting approximately 3.9 billion people. WHO data show that untreated caries in permanent teeth is the most common condition evaluated for the entire GBD 2010 Study [], with a global prevalence of 35% for all ages combined.The treatment of dental diseases absorbs from 5% to 10% of health budgets in …

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Good Foods and Bad Foods For Teeth Printable Activity

2 hours agoGood Foods and Bad Foods For Teeth Printable Activity. This printable activity is a great way to talk about dental health with your children. Certain foods are more healthful for our teeth than others, with some being full of sugar and bad for teeth. These printable sheets are a fantastic way to discuss this subject.

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Are Sugar Free Drinks Safe for Teeth? Oral Health

6 hours agoDiet soft drinks, 100-percent citrus fruit juices and other sugar free drinks can be surprisingly bad for your teeth. Most people know that drinking sugary drinks can cause tooth decay, but another cause of loss of tooth tissue is the dental erosion that occurs when teeth are exposed to acid.

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TheraBreath Zinc Dry Mouth Lozenges TheraBreath

6 hours agoFREE OF: Artificial Colors, Artificial Flavors, Saccharin POWERED BY: Spilanthes Acmella Floral Extract (Creates a tingling sensation to enhance the salivary experience), Zinc Compounds (Enhances taste and fights bad breath bacteria), Xylitol (Natural sweetener with proven oral health benefits)

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Health Check: is chewing gum actually good for your teeth?

Just NowConventional sugar-free gums that are recognised as having potential oral health benefits include Orbit® sugar-free mint gum and Extra sugar-free

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Prevention and advice Oral Health Foundation

3 hours agoContact our team of fully-qualified professionals by telephone (01788 539780), or email ( [email protected]) for impartial advice about your oral health. Read more. Dental care and coronavirus (COVID-19) The latest advice on how you can access dental care, treatment and advice during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Diabetes and Oral Health Guide by TheraBreath TheraBreath

7 hours agoOral Health and Diabetes. Diabetics are at a higher risk of oral health problems such as gum disease and are also more likely to see the disease progress further than a non-diabetic. Diabetics who experience the symptoms of oral decay should not delay when visiting a dentist.

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Colgate Oral Health Network Free Dental Continuing Education

9 hours agoIn order to participate in a course you must be a member of Colgate Oral Health Network. Registration is completely free. Register now. C.E. Certificate “GUT HEALTH: THE GOOD THE BAD & THE UGLY” is co-sponsored by Tribune Group GmbH. Tribune Group GmbH is a …

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Everything You Need to Know About Oral Sex Health.com

5 hours agoThe key to making oral sex safe is to avoid mouth-to-genital contact and the transmission of any bodily fluids. Condoms, including flavored varieties, can be used to perform oral

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Amazon.com: Dental Probiotic 11 Probiotic Strains

1 hours agoDental Probiotics Bad Breath Treatment by Windsor Botanicals - Chemical-Free, 3 Billion CFU - L Paracasei, Reuteri, Sakei, Salivarius for Balanced Oral Health - 45 Mint Tablets 4.0 out of 5 stars 1,039

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Is Mouthwash Bad for You? Best Mouthwash + Risks and

9 hours agoNot only will mouthwash not live up to the claims spouted in expensive commercials and on flashy labels, but conventional mouthwash can actually make your dental and oral health problems worse. A 2019 study underscores that even conventional dental science rejects the importance of …

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Bad Oral Habits That Can Damage Your Teeth, Plus Quick

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1. Crunching Solid Foods. The habit: Do you crunch the ice cubes from the ice-cold soda? Or the popcorn kernels left at the bottom of the popcorn bag? Well, you shouldn’t!
2. Using Teeth As An Opening Tool. The habit: People use their teeth to do a lot of odd things such as opening a bag of potato chips, uncapping a beer or soda bottle, or even straightening a bent fork tine.
3. Grinding And Clenching Your Teeth. The habit: Grinding and clenching the teeth is one of the most common bad oral habits and can be caused by stress, anxiety, or some sort of unalignment of your teeth.
4. Using Firm Toothbrushes. The habit: So you’re using a firm toothbrush because it cleans your teeth better? Wrong! A hard-bristled toothbrush can make you more harm than good because it irritates the gums and can even remove the enamel and cementum on your teeth.
5. Not Changing Your Toothbrush Regularly. The habit: Even though you brush your teeth twice a day, this isn’t really helpful if your toothbrush is older than four months.
6. Biting Nails. The habit: There is nothing good in biting your nails. This habit is not healthy for your teeth (which can crack or chip), nor for your mouth (which is exposed to infection from the bacteria that can be found under the nails), and it’s not aesthetic at all.
7. Chewing Objects. The habit: This is one of the bad oral habits that are very common. A lot of people tend to chew pencils at school or office, suck on toothpicks after meals, or even hold objects between teeth when their hands are full.
8. Constant Snacking. The habit: Cavities can easily occur if you’re constantly snacking during the day. The more you snack, the more chances are for leftover food to get stuck between your teeth.
9. Eating Sticky, Sugary Treats. The habit: It is well known that sugary, sticky foods such as candies and gummies can seriously damage the outer shell of our teeth, and can even lead to tooth decay.
10. Smoking Cigarettes. The habit: There are billions of reasons to quit smoking. But when we refer to dental care, smoking cigarettes is linked to gum diseases, stain or yellow teeth, and even tooth loss.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What to do if you have an oral health problem?

Eat a healthy diet and limit food with added sugars. Replace your toothbrush every three months or sooner if bristles are splayed or worn. Schedule regular dental checkups and cleanings. Avoid tobacco use. Also, contact your dentist as soon as an oral health problem arises.

Why is oral health important to your health?

Dental and oral health is an essential part of your overall health and well-being. Poor oral hygiene can lead to dental cavities and gum disease, and has also been linked to heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. Maintaining healthy teeth and gums is a lifelong commitment.

Who are the people with poor oral health?

By 2060, according to the US Census, the number of US adults aged 65 years or older is expected to reach 98 million, 24% of the overall population. 1 Older Americans with the poorest oral health tend to be those who are economically disadvantaged, lack insurance, and are members of racial and ethnic minorities.

How are oral health conditions related to other chronic conditions?

Oral conditions are frequently considered separate from other chronic conditions, but these are actually inter-related. Tooth decay (cavities) is caused by a breakdown of the tooth enamel by acids produced by bacteria located in plaque that collects on teeth, especially along the gumline and in the crevices on the chewing surfaces of the teeth.

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