Dental health affects our body

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Did you know that sick teeth can also make the entire organism sick?

Teeth are not an individual, encapsulated unit in our body, but very deeply and closely linked to the rest of the organism. Diseased teeth and inflamed gums can damage the entire body because our teeth are connected to the whole body via nerves and blood vessels.

Bacteria and their toxins can migrate throughout the body and cause various problems in long-term and untreated caries / periodontitis diseases. Especially in the case of an already existing weakness of the immune system, such as in sick or elderly people, the bacteria from the oral cavity can exert their harmful effect even more easily.

For more than 4000 years, Chinese medicine has assumed that every tooth is closely connected to a specific organ. Naturopathy discovered this principle a long time ago. Thus, when a certain tooth is damaged, the corresponding organ and body part is also increasingly stressed and can give rise to disease signals.

A list of diseases and problems that can be caused by bad teeth and periodontitis:

  • Bladder and prostate infections
  • heart attacks and strokes
  • Premature births
  • Depression
  • lung and heart inflammation
  • Diabetes
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Erectile dysfunction

Good dental and oral health are an indispensable prerequisite for the health of our body and its organs. In order to achieve this, daily and correct dental care is essential and, of course, regular professional tooth cleaning, as well as preventive check-ups at your dentist.

Dental health affects our body.

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