Heart disease is the leadingkiller of men and women in the United States and in Europe. British researchers studied nearly 12,000 adults in Scotland found that those who don’t brush their teeth twice a day have a 70% increased risk of heart disease compared to those who brush twice a day.
Bleeding, red puffy gums are signs of periodontal disease. People with this disease are more likely to develop heart disease and diabetes because inflammation in the body plays a role in the build up of clogged arteries. See us
at least twice a year, so we can help you get a clean, healthy mouth.