Flexible Fitness: Importance of improving oral health care

Did you know that simply improving your oral health can significantly increase your life span? Poor mouth care may result in the accumulation of plaque (a sticky layer of bacteria), xerostomia (dry mouth), halitosis (bad breath), tooth decay and loss, fungal infection, ulcers and many other undesired conditions. And if you are older than 65 or have been diagnosed with a neurological condition, keeping a clean mouth may be even more important to your overall health because of an increased [...]
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