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What Do Toxins Have to Do With Dental Health?

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Toxins are very relevant to dentistry, especially in holistic dentistry, from two main perspectives:

1. Toxins can add to or be an underlying causative factor when it comes to gum disease and tooth decay. The toxins need to be dealt with to lessen the burden and impact on the body, its immune system, digestive processes and liver function.

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What Are Toxins Where Do They Come From and What Do They Do

What are toxins? Rachel Hall Kenmore Dentist Explains

Dr Rachel Hall Dentist of Evolve Dental Kenmore discusses the impact of toxins on our bodies and our welbeing.

A toxin is anything that is harmful or detrimental to the body.

Toxins can be internal - created by the biological processes of the body or external - something that is introduced to the body, ingested, absorbed or inhaled.

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How to Reduce Inflammation

Treating gum disease reduces inflammation

Chronic inflammation is long-term inflammation, which can last for several months and even years. Chronic inflammation is responsible for damaging our body and making us prone to ill health and more at risk for conditions like heart disease, diabetes, dementia and cancers. The affects of chronic inflammation can be reduced by making changes to your diet and lifestyle.

Which Foods Cause Inflammation?

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What is Inflammation?

Reducing Inflammation Improves Dental Health

Inflammation is part of the body's immune response. It is a beneficial process designed to protect, care for and heal the body. In its initial stages inflammation is doing you good but if it persists and becomes chronic it actually starts doing you harm.

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Bleeding Gums and Your Health

Bleeding Gums see your holistic dentist

Gum disease alters the defence mechanisms of the gum tissues and supporting structures surrounding the teeth. This allows bacteria that should only be present in your mouth to enter the blood stream and spread to other parts of the body.

These bacteria, such as p.gingivalis found in cases of periodontal disease, has been linked to heart disease, kidney disease, pancreatic cancer, bowel cancer and numerous health issues like lung infections and pneumonia in the elderly.

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The Mouth and The Body Are Connected

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The mouth is part of the body and is connected to it by a vast network of nerves, blood vessels and lymphatic tissue. And hence it should come as no surprise that the same blood that flows through your teeth and gums flows throughout your body.

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Snoring is Serious

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Snoring is often taken as a joke between families and friends but snoring is actually a serious health problem. People who snore do not sleep properly and risk stopping breathing whilst their families often also can’t sleep for all the noise.

Snorers find it frustrating as the remedies they try often do not work properly for them and they wake up in the morning feeling tired. Remedies could be a mouth guard to open the airway passages, nose guards or trying to sleep in a special position.

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Five New Year's Resolutions for a Healthier Mouth

New Years Resolutions for Great Teeth

Happy New Year! Well we made it through another year, the holidays are now behind us and perhaps like many you’ve made some promises to yourself to make some changes in your life for 2016. However like so many we make New Year's resolutions, but not many of us are not likely to follow through.

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20 Mistakes That Ruin Your Teeth

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Taking care of your teeth shouldn’t be that difficult after all it isn't rocket science. Yet it’s all too easy to develop habits that could cause toothache in the long run.

Dr Rachel Hall shares her expertise and the latest on advice giving your teeth the love and care they need and will explain where you could be going wrong.

Multitasking while you brush

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