Beware of Dental & Oral Disease

Beware of Dental & Oral Disease

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Beware of Dental & Oral Disease

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Smile People, did you know that oral health also affects your overall performance? Routine visit to the dentist, not only useful to get information about oral health only. Present dentists are also trained to diagnose signs of a disease in your body. Even if you wear dentures though, you also need to regularly check your oral health Smile People, here are the signs of what diseases can be detected by the dentist:

  1. Oral cancer

    Smile People, every year there are 3,200 cases of mouth cancer and 1,050 of them died. Those who smoke and drink alcohol are very prone to oral cancer. It is not impossible for non smokers to contract mouth cancer. The shape almost resembles canker sores. In addition, when canker sores are moving, while oral cancer is static. It’s just that if a lump in the sprue pain, oral cancer does not. The longer the bumps get bigger without feeling anything. Generally, after a big lump, cancer has entered in stadiums 3 and 4. Usually they just checked after years because of the bigger bumps and never healed. If these cancers can be diagnosed early, then treatment is not necessary through surgery or chemotherapy.

  2. Liver disease

    Do Smile People know that the problem gums, livers, and strokes are interconnected with each other? Research shows that a person who has a problem with his gums, will be more prone to stroke. This occurs when the bacteria of the mouth enter the blood, they will stick to the plaque in the arteries, and form a plaque formation that will multiply. That way, the blood flow becomes clogged so that the nutrients that should be passed through the blood become blocked. Blocked blood circulation is a cause of heart attacks. Inflammation caused by the gums can also increase the growth of plaque on the teeth, so it can cause swelling of arterial blood vessels.

  3. Diabetes

    Diabetics are susceptible to various complications of the disease, including infection and periodontal disease. Diabetes and halitosis (bad breath) are closely related to each other. If the dentist finds a patient with a bad breath problem, he will immediately refer the patient to undergo further medical checkup because through bad breath, signal complications have arisen and require immediate medical attention.

  4. Respiratory illness

    Given the location of the human mouth close to the neck and nose, it is certain that the bacteria that come from the gums will go to the lungs and trigger the occurrence of respiratory disorders such as penumonia. These bacteria also exacerbate the performance of the lungs, especially when you have experienced chronic respiratory problems.

  5. Headache

    Usually suffered by people who have long chewed with one side due to the loss of one tooth or pain on one side that is not handled, even can also be caused by the growth of wisdom tooth (wisdom tooth)

  6. Low self-esteem and intercourse

    Hygiene and dental hygiene and disturbed oral cavities also affect a person’s interactions. Someone would feel embarrassed if his mouth was not a bad smell or color of yellow teeth dull. Often toothache and mouth also makes concerned not sociable.

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