Posted on Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Oral hygiene is probably the most ignored health habit, as most of us hardly follow the brushing-flossing-rinsing regime dedicatedly. Primarily due to lack of awareness and partly due to sheer laziness, maintaing oral hygiene is mostly reduced to one step - brushing. One should remember that good oral hygiene is the key to good health. Bad oral hygiene not only leads to bad breath and cavities in the teeth, but also other health problems including cardiovascular diseases.
Tooth decay, gum disease, bad breath, trauma or even cancer…problems that affect the mouth can be many. So the first step to maintaining good oral hygiene is to visit a dentist who will tell you what exactly you need to do to keep your gums and teeth healthy.
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