The best way to stay healthy is to prevent disease. Oral systemic health refers to the connection between oral health and overall health. Countless studies have demonstrated a link between poor oral health and systemic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke, dementia, rheumatoid arthritis, some forms of cancer, risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes, such giving birth to a pre-term or low-birth weight baby. Since heart attacks are the biggest killer in North America and stroke is the biggest cause for disability, preventing these diseases deserves our full attention. Statistics show that today over 50% of Americans over 30 yrs. old have gum disease and it increases to 70% in adults

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The best way to stay healthy is to prevent disease. Oral systemic health refers to the connection between oral health and overall health. Countless studies have demonstrated a link between poor oral health and systemic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke, dementia, rheumatoid arthritis, some forms of cancer, risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes, such giving birth to a pre-term or low-birth weight baby. Since heart attacks are the biggest killer in North America and stroke is the biggest cause for disability, preventing these diseases deserves our full attention. Statistics show that today over 50% of Americans over 30 yrs. old have gum disease and it increases to 70% in adults

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