Damage Tooth Can Spread Infection To The Whole Body

Lazy to brush teeth will not only affect on oral health alone. If allowed to continue, the damage to the teeth can spread infection to other parts of the body and can lead to many chronic diseases.

Teeth consist of several layers and the outer portion of the email is the hardest part of the teeth, while further down would be perilously close to the nerves and blood vessels.

When damaged it will become non-vital and bacteria can grow easily on the roots of teeth.

Germs that develop in the tooth root can be dangerous because it is close to the blood vessels. If the germs that cause the infection enters into the blood vessels, the blood flow will bring it to other parts of the body that happens to be lack of the body’s defense.

Therefore, oral health greatly affect overall general health. If not maintained properly, the teeth can spread infections that cause disease in other parts of the body through the bloodstream.

Tooth decay causes the tooth to become non-vital and can spread the infection and usually occurs to older people or the elderly. In addition to spreading the infection, tooth decay can greatly influence nutrition for the elderly.

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