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  1. Tiffany
    Mar 27 - 11:24 am

    That is so true…oral health is something that’s easy to overlook when it comes to wellness. Thanks for the reminder.

  2. Charlene
    Mar 27 - 10:29 pm

    I’ve heard that oral health can affect your general health. I also wonder how often it works in reverse, how often our health issues affect our oral health.

  3. umair
    Mar 29 - 3:31 am

    yes oral health is directly effect on our wellness so we must resolve our oral problems first

  4. Daly
    Mar 30 - 9:06 am

    My great grandmother used to look at my teeth when I was a kid to see if I’m well. It makes sense.

  5. Jason Cooke
    Apr 03 - 3:52 pm

    Oral health has a huge impact on many other aspects of health. Gum disease can lead to serious infections and put you at risk for serious diseases. Not only will if put you or your child at risk for serious diseases, but if they have a disease like diabetes, it can increase the costs to treat it.

  6. Ian
    May 13 - 5:45 pm

    without a doubt oral health is a good reflection of overall health. We run a business that teaches people to really take care of their oral health at home and avoid the shame that dentists can make people feel. Understanding the signs and signals of your own oral health can play a huge part in leading a healthier life.

  7. Ryan
    May 30 - 5:37 am

    This all seems very logical to me. As in the lac of general wellness will lead to poor gums, bad breath and yellowing teeth (just guessing on the last one, but smoking is make your teeth yellow and we know its bad for your health).

  8. Dental Care
    Sep 03 - 5:19 pm

    What great insights, including from everyone who have posted their comments. Dental care must be given utmost priority indeed!

  9. Olga M
    Mar 11 - 10:49 am

    I think oral health directly and indirectly affects our total health. So we should take care dental health first.
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