Oral Health Has A Correlation Between Life Expectancy And Other Health Conditions

Oral Health Has A Correlation Between Life Expectancy And Other Health Conditions    

Also, Gum Disease Is Related To Cardiovascular And Gastrointestinal Diseases    

Studies have shown a correlation between oral health and health conditions, and also life expectancy. For example, not brushing the teeth increases the mortality risk at least by 20%, and not flossing increases it by 30%. There is also an association of periodontal disease (gum disease) and cardiovascular and gastrointestinal conditions, including acid reflux, or eating disorders, such as anorexia and bulimia. This is a concern, because, according to statistics, 47% of the population has gum disease. Also, this condition is usually a complication of diabetes. Tooth enamel is erosion is also linked to eating disorders like acid reflux and anorexia, in which the food matter returns to the esophagus and to the oral cavity, in the case of induced vomiting. Additional info click here.


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