Poor Dental Health Damages Brain Function

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Smiling Woman with White Healthy TeethOne needs to take proper care of their teeth not only to demonstrate a beautiful and white smile to the people around them, but also to avoid brain dysfunction. Scientists at King’s College London have found the connection between poor dental health and aggravation of cognitive function of brain. They have established, that significant teeth loss increases the risk of brain dysfunction, in particular, it becomes 3,57 times more likely.

Doctors explain, that the interconnection between poor oral health and brain function is due to the fact, that dental diseases cause inflammation and spread of infection in the body, which affects blood and brain. Besides, those losing a lot of teeth also tend to change their diet. And when one eats a less balanced diet, they can finally experience vitamin deficiency. And this cannot but affect brain function. Please, take care of your dental health and visit your dentist regularly to avoid these and other health problems.

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