Importance of Healthy Gums

Your oral cavity connects to most of your major organ systems, including your digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, and skeletal systems. As a result, keeping your teeth and gums healthy is a vital part of maintaining your overall health. Let’s look at the importance of healthy gums. Importance of Healthy Gums Your gums serve a particularly important purpose,…

Gum Disease Risk Factors

Nearly 50% of adults over the age of 30 have some level of periodontal disease. Periodontal disease is another term for gum disease and describes a condition related to chronic infection and inflammation of the gums. In minor cases you may experience inflammation and bleeding, but untreated periodontal disease can cause your teeth to fall…

Crazy Oral Health Statistics

Although the average American’s oral health has improved substantially since the beginning of the 20th century, our habits still leave much to be desired. To be frank, the upward trend of people keeping a majority of their natural teeth to the end of their lifetime has more to do with fluoridated water and fluoride toothpaste…


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