Lack of attention to oral health
In a new study, researchers found that lack of attention to oral health contributes to an increased incidence of heart disease. The sugars contained in fast foods, especially soft drinks, can lead to gum disease, and because of the chronic infection resulting from the disease, inflammatory infiltrates can occur that lead to heart disease through “atherosclerosis.”
These fast foods contain high levels of fats, salts and sugars, and thus increase the risk of developing oral vascular diseases.
Therefore, doctors advise reducing sugar consumption, preventing various heart diseases, and treating dental problems as soon as they appear.
The mouth can be protected by:
– Visit the dentist at an early age and continue doing so.
– Eat healthy food.
– Cleaning teeth regularly