[p1vc-video] Cavities can best be described as tooth decay. As we all know, tooth decay is influenced by what we eat, how we take care of our teeth, and the amount of fluoride in our toothpastes. If your family has a history of tooth disease or teeth problems, then you may inherit it that way.
While oral health is mostly linked with the mouth and the throat, you would be surprised by how much your oral health impacts other parts of the body. If you take care of your mouth, it will resonate with the rest of your body and you will feel the good (or bad) effects all throughout.
[p1vc-video] When it comes to health, a proper diet is essential. Your dental health is both affected directly and indirectly by the food you eat. For example, the amount of sugar that you consume affects the surface of your teeth. The more sugar you consume, the more bacteria has a chance to grow in your mouth,