Lisa Buldo

Does Oral Health Affect Overall Health? Yes!

Oral Health Affects Overall Health

oral healthDid you know that your oral health affects your overall health? It’s true and in so many instances, this is something that we don’t really think about on a daily basis. We may hear about it once a year or hopefully twice a year when we go to have our teeth cleaned. 

I interviewed Dr. Reid Winick of the Dentistry for Health New York on TBN’s “Joy in Our Town,” and it was a fascinating interview for me.  He explained in detail how your oral health affects your overall health, and with a recent trip to his office, I came to understand this even more!  Dr. Winick’s facility in New York City also does thermography.  Keep this in mind regarding breast health and digestive health.

Watch these videos to see how oral health affects your overall health.

Part 1

Part 2

If you have not made a trip to your dentist’s office in a while, it may be time to do so. Don’t put it off any longer, as it is extremely important to your overall health and wellness.

Oral health is crucial to your overall health!

Also — if you are looking for a “holistic” dental practitioner in your area, do a google search. You don’t want to go to just anyone. You want to be sure the dentist knows what they are doing. Do your due diligence. Ask around. Don’t settle and go to just anyone, especially if you have a mouth full of silver fillings. They must be removed very carefully, or you could end up with mercury poisoning.

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