Clearing up your oral health can save your life.
Did You Know ?
Oral health has a significant affect on whole body health.
Research indicates a link between oral infection and disease.
Root canals, wisdom tooth removal, and other tooth extractions can cause tiny pockets, or cavitations, where microorganisms such as bacteria and various pathogens can live, grow, and colonize.
In other words: oral infection.
What Can Oral Infection Do ?
Since our body systems are highly
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