Why Oral Care Is Important To Your Health?

You must have heard people saying that your mouth is the window to your body’s health. But did you know that oral hygiene can also have a huge impact on your body?

While most people claim they understand the importance of oral hygiene, research suggests that not many are aware of how it is connected to overall health and what issues poor oral hygiene can lead to. If you’re also one of them, read on to find out some major reasons why oral care is essential to staying healthy:

●        It’s Linked to Heart Health

After investigating this link for decades, researchers have now confirmed that gum disease (typically caused by poor brushing and flossing practices) can put you at an increased risk for heart problems, including stroke and heart attack. 

Experts agree that brushing and flossing your teeth regularly and properly can help prevent and even reverse gum disease at an early stage.

 Brushing and flossing teeth

Our Sonic 3D Electric Toothbrush & Flosser makes the at-home cleaning process a whole lot easier. With tri-length bristles and the latest sonic technology, it brushes out bacteria between the teeth gap unlike the waterpik, leaving your teeth and gums noticeably cleaner and germ-free.

●        It Can Help Prevent Respiratory Issues

Research has proven that bacteria in your mouth can travel to the lungs via blood and cause respiratory issues, like infections, pneumonia, and even chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Invest in a good quality toothbrush like our Turbo Electric Toothbrush to make sure you’re not leaving any food particles or plaque in your mouth that create a breeding ground for bacteria. It uses the powerful and highly effective sonic technology to remove even the tiniest of food particles, leaving your oral cavity clean and healthier.

Electric toothbrush

●        Poor Oral Health is Linked to Cognitive Decline

Another surprising link that healthcare researchers have discovered between oral cavity and overall health relates to the brain function. A recent analysis by National Institute on Aging (NIA) scientists found that the same bacteria that cause gum disease also play role in the development of Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia.

The underlying mechanism is believed to be the same as in case of heart health; the bacteria from the mouth can enter the bloodstream and travel to the brain.

Final Thoughts

The link between oral hygiene and overall health is far more complex than we think.

We may still be exploring this unique link, but one thing is certain – oral hygiene has far reaching impacts on our body. And since it all essentially comes down to the presence of bacteria in the mouth, you can’t overlook or undermine the importance of tooth brushing. At LBailer, we understand this significance. This is why we have manufactured a range of high-quality sonic-powered electric toothbrush that guarantee superior teeth cleaning and improved gum health. Check out our collection to choose one for yourself.